9K race and after that I sort of took a few days to rest up (that's what I interpret the scale telling me last night). So I'm determined to get the scale not only moving in the right direction but moving at a pace that I am more comfortable with.My weigh in yesterday was something I'm not entirely comfortable with. I lost 0.2 pounds which isn't a lot but at least I lost(?). The last few weeks have been a little odd - first I was sick so I pretty much didn't work out for 10 days. Then I had my
A few weekends ago Mom was here visiting and she brought me the mother load (no pun intended) of squash from Dad's garden. I've been roasting about 4 per week and eating lots and lots of vegetables. I mean, yummy freshly roasted squash is amazing. I like to boil a potato to have with it and that is just so delicious and very satisfying except that I think with all the vegetables I'm actually eating too much. So I'm going to have to get that under control.
I'm also planning on getting a lot of activity this week and I'm hoping that Mother Nature will cooperate with me.
When you get on the scale and don't see what you expect, are you disappointed or encouraged to try harder? If you try harder, what do you do?