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Do I really weigh that much???

Friday, September 05, 2014

My scale quit working.
Yes, I do know that it really is that simple.
I hadn't weighed myself for a couple of weeks, and I decided to check and see how much damage I've done since I stopped weighing, measuring, and logging my food. My scale would not come on. I changed the battery, it came on, I stepped on the scale... and nothing. I know I haven't gained THAT much weight... but my first thought was "I BROKE MY SCALE"!!! I know that that's not the case. I know that I am not near the weight limit for the scale. But it still got my attention. Ouch.

Next week my next 10 week challenge starts with my Amazing Amethyst Biggest Loser Team. I think it's time for me to get serious! Really serious. When I have a scale stop working again, I don't want to have even an inkling of the thought that my weight broke my scale. So, today after work I am going to Target to replace my scales. And the journey begins, again.
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    I'm with you Sandy; Its time to get serious. I have been very lax since the last challenge ended. I need to get back on track. I am very anxious for the fall challenge to get started. Together we can do this!! emoticon emoticon
    2099 days ago
    I am right with you Sandy we can do this and lets rock the next challenge and see what we can do i really need to get more serious also so let's help each other on this journey WE CAN DO THIS.
    2099 days ago
    Looking forward to the challenge, teamie!
    2099 days ago
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    Good luck with the new scale. Mine is digital and I love it! (well, as much as one can love a scale, after all!)
    2099 days ago
    I hate buying a new scale! Each one seem to say I way more than the last one!
    2099 days ago
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