Seriously, this thing lies.
I’ve been doing a personal challenge for the second half of March and one of the things I’ve been doing is weighing myself every day.
As I’ve stated before, my weight is really just a number to me. In this instance I’m using it as a marker for my progress.
Now, I know that your weight fluctuates throughout the day and I also know that it’s not uncommon to have it go up or down a few pounds over the course of a few days. Not a huge deal. I don’t get stressed about it.
However, I don’t think it should go down by two pounds within a matter of seconds.
I have a digital scale because I assumed it would be more accurate.
I hopped on this morning: 157.5
That’s two pounds higher than yesterday.. so for kicks I hopped off and back on again.
huh.. so I got off and hopped on again.
I tried very hard to position my feet in the same place and to keep my center of gravity squarely in the middle. The battery is only a month old and the scale is only a year old.
I don’t want to invest in a more expensive scale.. so maybe an analog scale? or maybe I should just ignore the weight and start tracking my measurements? Measurements are kind of a pain in the butt.. plus that measuring tape? It’s cold.
If you were me, what would you do?