That was a Friday. Today is not a Friday. Nobody weighs the same on a Tuesday as they do on a Friday.
Weighing yourself too often is one of the most common ways to cause an emotional crash-and-burn. There are hundreds of things that affect your weight on any given day, and what you ate and the exercise you did are only two. At the very least, you need to weigh on the same day of the week, at the same exact time of day, wearing the same clothes (or not), under the exact same circumstances. In other words, if your starting weigh-in was done Friday first thing in the morning, after you visited the potty but before you had a cup of coffee, and you got on the scale in the altogether, then you can't compare to a weight reading you took on a Tuesday after breakfast wearing pajamas. The difference you see won't have anything to do with how much fat you have on your body.
The really best way to measure is at 28-day intervals. If at all possible, try to hold off until Friday, July 5 (assuming you don't party on the 4th.) One of the biggest causes of weird weight fluctuations is the monthly hormonal cycle, and if you can stand to wait 4 weeks, you don't have to see that crazy, meaningless up-and-down.
| current weight: 132.0