Discussion in 'WeMITTS (We Mean It This Time)' started by gis35, 20 November 2008 Social URL.

  1. gis35

    gis35 Member

    :wave_cry:Is anyone experiencing this strange battle of with your scale? My scale is hidden under my bed and it takes every ounce of will power i can find, to not weigh myself. At one time i was weighing myself 15 or more times a day. i made a promise to myself to weigh at the end of the week, i've not broken the promise yet,but it's so hard to resist:D
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  3. MummyEm

    MummyEm Slowly but surely!

    I was the same so I took them to my mums and pop over every saturday lol
  4. gis35

    gis35 Member

    thanks, i have to so that's areally good idea, because it's like an addiction:break_diet:
  5. Silence

    Silence Bouncing back

    Sometimes I battle with the scales too. The best thing to do is to give them to someone else either to hide in your house or to take to their house, like MummyEm suggested.

    Good luck!!!

  6. jacqu79

    jacqu79 Full Member

    I got rid of my scales, but then I got a wii fit and seem to have countless sneaky peeks at my weight on that throughout the week!!:eek:
  7. Dieting Rambler

    Dieting Rambler Size 14 Here I Come!

    I weigh myself every morning:eek: but I use it as motivation! it spurs me on to drink more water and to continue my path....
  8. gis35

    gis35 Member

    i find that when i weigh myself too often, i would get discouraged, because of the fluctuation in weight.i did not lose any weight this week, but i did lose 1/2 an inch in my waist and i don't feel too bad, because my body feels so much stronger as a result of excersing daily:)
  9. Starlight

    Starlight Gold Member

  10. gis35

    gis35 Member

    your weight loss is impressive starlight, i hope i can be as dedicated as you, i don't have the strenght yet to get rid of the scale:eek:
  11. gis35

    gis35 Member

    it's that time of the month and my body seems to want to hold on to every last ounce of water and it's being reflected in the numbers on the scale:sigh: i refuse to give up :wave_cry:
  12. Silence

    Silence Bouncing back

    Don't worry about TOM, its the same for everyone.
    Onwards and downwards my friend, onwards and downwards.
  13. gis35

    gis35 Member

    cheers to that:)
  14. Jim

    Jim Big Boy

    Ah, BLUSH. I'm a scaleaholic, OK I don't weigh myself everyday or even more than once a day any more, but I do weigh every Saturday morning. In my defence it keeps me on the straight and narrow anything more than a couple of pounds up and I eat very carefully for the next week. I do understand the tyranny of the scales and often feel that it's how you feel and how your clothes fit that is more important. Just wish I could stick to my own advice. ;)
  15. FatGirl2Slim

    FatGirl2Slim Full Member

    I haven't weighed myself for a month. It is very addictive so I am just using a tape measure (and how loose my skirt is)to monitor my progress at the moment.
  16. Jim

    Jim Big Boy

    I find as well that sometimes the scale is up but my trousers feel loose? so maybe the tape is a better indication really.
  17. FatGirl2Slim

    FatGirl2Slim Full Member

    I'm not sure which method is more accurate. I might weigh myself next week! The scales I bought cost enough:)
  18. MoonLyte

    MoonLyte Full Member

    My boyfriend refuses to let me have any scales in the house! lol x
  19. gis35

    gis35 Member

    previously i resolved to weigh myself once a week, but i still took a peek here and there, now i have decided to weigh once a month, i get so diappointed when the numbers don't add up, but the plus side is that my clothes are fitting better, go figure:confused:

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