Confused and frustrated!

Friday, December 07, 2012

Ok folks, I'm a little confused and frustrated( hence the title of this blog. lol. at least I still have a sense of humor!) emoticon Anyway, I weighed myself on my bathroom scale this morning and it said I've lost a few lbs since last Sunday emoticon , But I just did a body test(weigh in) on my wiifit and it says I've gained 1.3 lbs since last Friday! emoticon What the heck? One says I'm losing and the other says I'm gaining. I don't know which to believe(I know which one I want to believe.) I know I'm doing the right things and making healthier food choices and keeping fairly active so I will keep on keeping on and not let this get me down. Keep on doing your best and results will come! emoticon
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    Same advice . . . stick to one scale and weigh on that @ the same time each time you weigh.

    Good job, though, making the decision to do the right things, keep on eating right and keep active. Those are the keys. HUGS
    2326 days ago
    ditto on what others have said....choose one and stick with it, weigh around the same time each weigh in, even your clothes can weigh different, so I usually weigh in without them. but what parkerb2 said your weight can vary throughout the day by 5 lbs...Don't be discouraged. I am sure the bathroom scale is accurate and you have lost
    2326 days ago
    just keep doing what you're doing...different drs scales will say different weights!? I would stick to one or the other emoticon
    2326 days ago
    i would definitely just keep doing what you are doing. Things will happen.
    2327 days ago
    Each scale can be different and also says something different all throughout the day. You can gain and lose 5 lbs in thh course of a day, too. So just weigh on the same scale and try to weigh at the same time each day. Hope this helps.
    2327 days ago
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