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Night before Weigh-in Woes

Friday, May 15, 2009

Tomorrow is my first "official" weigh-in since starting Spark. I joined spark after my mid-week weigh-in showed zero progress after two weeks of butt kicking workouts. I felt like I had lost weight on Wednesday and I still feel thinner than I used be, but the numbers didn't reflect that at all. I swear when I look in the mirror my face looks thinner and there's more definition in my limbs. So where are my decreasing numbers! I don't even want to get on the scale tomorrow.

In the past I've always just lunged for whatever I was craving when things got really stressful, vowing that I'd work it off later. Obviously that method didn't work or I wouldn't be so anxious over what a piece of metal and plastic has to say. Alas, old habits truly die hard since I've been lusting over anything with a hint of chocolate in it for the last couple of days even though I know it's not going to make me feel any better. In fact, it will probably make me feel worse because it will aggravate my blood sugar. I'm really hoping to be down even a pound tomorrow as some sort of tangible reinforcement that something is working and I'm working this hard for nothing.
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    Keep in mind though, that if you _look_ thinner, you probably _are_: the scale may reflect no change though, because you've put on muscle. If you want a "number" to reflect change, try measuring yourself? I bet you'll see a lot of things to be happy about. :) Good luck!
    3230 days ago
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