I used to take my scales so seriously that I would try to weigh the same time each morning. Of course after my morning errr routine. Its like a lie because when you tell people your weight, it is at its very best, its not real. I have now realised what a load of nonsense. I dont want to be a panickstricken dieter that has to play tricks to feel ok.
This is a journey where I need to confront my eating patterns and be honest about what I'm doing and where I'm at. Now I weigh at night so it's my worst weight of the day. Its kinda cool, like when I went to the doctors and they pull out the scales and my weight is a bit less than when I weighed. As overweight as I am, I feel happy.
For some reason this has had a significant impact on me - the weightloss being part of a lifestyle; anticipation of change over time without the pressure. Instead of the focus being on dieting.Try it.
"Unknowingly, we plow the dust of the stars, blown about us by the wind, and drink the universe in a glass of rain."