New rule: Weigh myself fully clothed with shoes on after shower and breakfast.
At the doctor office I don’t get weighed naked right out of bed, and they don’t take my word on how much I really weighed in the morning – a mistake all medical professionals make.
Still, I refuse to fear the scales with clothes and shoes on. It is what it is. Fully clothed will be my new baseline and the weight from which I judge all future weights.
There was too much prep work to weigh myself. I’m groggy in the morning. Oh, I forgot to weigh myself. Now I have to remove all the clothes I just put on. Or take off my shoes, after I just tied them up. Oh, I already drank that coffee, or juice or whatever, when I think to weigh myself. Wonder how much it weighs?
I’m not going for the quarter or half pound difference any more. Those two-pound and three-pound weight gains and losses are too fickle for me.
I’m out of the 160’s. Out of the 150’s. And on from there.
When I can feel the weight loss or gain I’ll believe the scale.