November 15, 2014
My monthly weigh-in was delayed because of my completely awesome trip to Chicago. I weighed myself after I got home (on the 11th), but because of one thing or another, I’m now just getting around to this post. Without further delay, here’s my updated weight loss chart:
Down one pound! Every pound counts. Honestly, though, I wish Read the rest of this entry »
October 6, 2014
This is one of those posts that I just need to write, publish, and get out of my system, so I can move on. I’m actively working on reminding myself of the positives and focusing on the good things, but that’s been hard. Here’s why:
Up six pounds in September. As much as I tell myself Read the rest of this entry »
August 4, 2014
A few days ago I had my monthly weigh-in, and the results are pretty exciting. Let’s take a look at my weight loss chart, shall we?
Down three pounds! Very exciting, indeed! Read the rest of this entry »
July 11, 2014
I weigh in once a month. I was in Michigan when the new month started, so this month’s weigh-in didn’t happen until I came back, on the 6th. Then, I wanted to write and publish my vacation posts (read them here and here), so that explains why this post is a little delayed. But… better late than never!
Here’s what the scale said when I stepped on it:
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June 4, 2014
I was not expecting this. I went into my monthly weigh-in feeling confident that I’d be down – after all, I’d had a killer month of exercise (more on this later), and I had just completed the physically demanding San Diego TOWERthon – but when I stepped on the scale, that was not the case:
Up two pounds. My initial reaction was Read the rest of this entry »
May 2, 2014
It’s the start of a new month. Weigh-In Time! I’ve already updated my chart:
DOWN 1 POUND. I’ll take it! I’m kinda impressed that Read the rest of this entry »
January 1, 2014
Happy New Year! I hope everyone has a fantastic 2014. Make it the best year yet!
It’s the first of the month, which means it’s time for my monthly weigh-in. I only have a weigh-in once a month because I’ve learned the hard way that if I weight myself more frequently, I start obsessing over numbers, which leads to undue stress and bad behaviors. Conversely, if I weigh myself less frequently, I start to lose accountability, and that also leads to no good. It was a trial and error process for me to settle on my once-a-month regimen, but it’s been working for me, so I’m gonna stick to it.
By the way, I hide my scale under my bed when I’m not using it (which is most of the time) - out of sight, out of mind!
I weighed myself this morning, and here’s my weight loss chart with the results:
UP TWO POUNDS. Given that it’s been the holidays, I’m pleased that Read the rest of this entry »