Scales can play tricks with your mind and they do go wonky on you. Instead of relying solely on the scale, do take your measurements and compare in one month's time. I was amazed when I read of a woman who weighed the same as the year before, but she had lost so many inches. Another thing that I do is to take clothing as a way to measure my progress.
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I don't weight myself more than once a week now. Haven't lost a pound but my body seems to be fitter after exercising and tracking food this month.
PROBLEM: when I first step on the scale, the weight looks high by 3 or 4 pounds. So I wait and step on again. It is always lower by at least 3 pounds. If I weigh myself several times, the lower weight is the one that keeps appearing. Help! Which weight do you think is correct? It has brand new batteries btw.
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