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Monthly weigh in

Friday, May 01, 2009

Slightly disappointing news: I still weigh the same as I did last month.

Better-ish news: Towards the middle of the month, I cheated and looked at the scale and saw that I had gained five lbs. I managed to lose it again. Hooray.

News that made me slighlty cheesed off: I got a letter in the mail from Target saying that they won't hire me after all. They could have just called me. At least it would save some paper.

On a side note, I'm not too terribly worried about wasting paper. I don't encourage it, but it's not exactly horrible either. The demand for dead trees means that paper and lumber companies plant their own. Also, paper breaks down way faster and easier than plastic, so it's not going to sit in a landfill for an eternity.

This blog is kind of pointless.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
FRITZFRITZ1 5/1/2009 2:22PM

  Fluffy--do you think that instead of a monthly weigh-in (alot of room to "screw up")that a weekly weigh in would be better--I used to weigh myself daily but now I only weigh myself once a week---I mark the calendar every Friday with my actual weight (I weigh in the buff and 1st thing in the morning.) and then the following Friday I mark my calendar with a "projected" weight (usually 2-3 lbs less than the week before to motivate me to reach my weekly goal of 2j-3 lb. weight loss. It helps me keep in control.

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