Feeling frustrated

Saturday, September 22, 2012

I can say that I'm doing really good with counting calories and not going over but the scale is driving me insane! I know that the scale is not the most important thing but I'm totally obsessing with mine right now because I've been on here for about 5 weeks and have lost 2-3 pounds. I was weighing in once and week but lately I've been checking everyday to see where my problem is! The thing is my scale fluctuates 1-2 lbs every time I get on it. So I feel like I'm going absolutely no where :( I feel like I'm in a huge rut!
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    Definitely measure yourself because I have lost inches but only 4 lbs in 2 months. It gets so frustrating but the NSV make it worth it.
    2920 days ago
  • IDOL559
    Okay I need to start measuring myself! I think I'm going to have my husband hide the scale for awhile. I can't help but weigh myself but I know that's just going to bring me down so I'll try this for awhile!
    2924 days ago
    I totally understand. I am having that same battle with the scale! So, I did start tracking my measurements too. Since you only take those once a month, I will see next week how much progress I have made there. I know it is difficult to stay motivated when you feel that frustration -- just try to focus on the healthy choices you are making. Progress will show in one way or another. emoticon emoticon
    2925 days ago
    Take your measurements and forget about the scale for awhile. I understand completely, it is really frustrating. But hang in there. If you are doing the right will happen!
    2925 days ago
  • DIETER27
    Do not measure by the scale. I heard this in my weight watchers meetings and at Curves we say it all the time. You may be loosing inches all over your body also. Sometimes the scale fluctuates day by day. Your body weight fluctuates day by day also.
    2925 days ago
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