I did my 30 Day Shred before work and then I got dressed in a flurry. I got to work in time to get a good parking space. It was a hectic day. I went to the gym for lunch. I got on the treadmill for 10 minutes and did some weight lifting for about 15 minutes. I was walking out of the weight room and noticed a scale. I haven’t been on a scale in a long time. I had seen that scale a week ago but kept going because I was not getting on that thing. This time I was walking past it and stopped and said you know what, I am not going to be afraid of the scale. I’m making progress and I will not let this scale make me afraid. On 1/3/2010 when I got started on this journey I thought because of the size I was wearing I had to be close to 300. A month later I was thinking I was probably 280-275 at best. I got on that scale and proceeded to move it to the right like they do at the doctor’s office. I moved it all the way to the right and the thing sank as if it were an anchor at the bottom of an ocean. I was like I must have been over 300. I was about to get off and realized I was doing it all wrong. I moved it to the 300 and it sank again. I got excited. I moved it to 250 and that was too much. I was even more excited. I moved it to 200 and that wasn’t enough. I moved the smaller one down so it would be 250 and moved it until it balanced out. It balanced at 247. How cool was that. I was off in my guesstimation by thirty pounds. I went back to the treadmill for another 10 minutes. I walked for 1 min and jogged for 2 minutes. I alternated until I got off. I got back to my office so excited because it was a great day. I eaten half of my lunch before going to the gym and the other half when I got back. How wonderful a day I was having. I finished my day and got back to the house. After dinner we were talking and before I knew I was sleep. My husband woke me saying honey lets go to bed. I didn’t remember going to sleep.
I don’t plan to weigh myself anymore anytime soon because I don’t want to get off track with my sizes. I want to stick to my plan. We’ll see.