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Oh the scale, the scale!!!

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

I have come to realize that my scale is not my friend! And I don't say that because the numbers don't read the way I want them to, but because I am obsessed with weighing myself. You wouldn't have convinced me of that just last week, I didn't believe it. Even though I was known (by my family) for getting on the scale 3 or 4 times A DAY! I was just curious is what I would say and really thought that is the way I felt. Well, this week I decided to convince myself that I didn't have to have that thing, so I asked my son to hid the scale from me until Friday which is my official weigh-in day.

It was fine Monday and even Tuesday.......but it is making me nuts! I want to see what I weigh and if my hard work this week has caused the scale to move.

So, I will get my scale back on Friday, but I am afraid he is going to have to keep hiding them from me! Ugh!
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  • v BLUE42DOWN
    Yeah, once a day, same time of day, is one thing. I can't imagine stepping on 3-4 times a day. There'd be so much constant variance from food, water, clothing, sweat, etc.
    1580 days ago
    That was one of the hardest things for me too! But weighing only once a week at the same time is just another part of control you can have!

    Also a belated welcome to Spark People! emoticon
    1581 days ago
    I guess you can say that it is a love/hate relationship that me and THAT scale have! Haha!

    Can't wait to hear how your half goes! Make sure to post, ok?
    1581 days ago
  • v MYLADY4
    Yep, it is good once in a while to hid it. I HATE mine and have not been on the one at my house for months. Training for a half is not equaling weight loss so I am trying to stay away from it till I am done (10 days).
    1581 days ago
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