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Curse the scale!!

Sunday, April 22, 2012

I'm up a pound. ARGGGG!!! I know it will come off eventually but those numbers still make me mad! mad! mad! Just had to let that little vent out!! There! Now I feel better:)

I'm not going to give up - therefore I'm not going to fail. I'm really going to push the effort on exercise today and continue successfully reaching my goal on eating. I am going to breath deep and hold my head up high because I'm doing great things to get healthy.

For punishment I will put that little "brain teaser scale" in the closet and not let it out for a whole week. I know it's harsh, but that scale has to learn...I'M GOING TO WIN AND THOSE NUMBERS ARE GOING DOWN!

I'm in control of this journey, not the scale!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:

    Lol. I didn't see your blog, been so busy @ work! I will be able to get back online at home when my computer is fixed today. I am right there with you. We will battle that damn scale if it takes everything we have!


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    Good for you! Don't give up! Gaining makes it easy for the demon to get in our head and tell us we can't do it. As long as you're healthy, who cares what the scale says?

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WINSLOWGIRLS3 4/22/2012 3:22PM

    Good for you! My scale needs to be put in time out also! LOL

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ROSALIEESTHER 4/22/2012 11:43AM

    Good for you. Take that scale and shove it.

We gain and lose weight for so many reasons. Maybe you had a little extra sodium yesterday = water weight but it drives us as crazy as if it were fat. Maybe you stood on the scale in a slightly different place. That makes the scale think you're up a pound.

The scale can really make me nuts. I'm going to stay off it until the end of May! My clothes tell me plenty about how I'm doing.

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