This week’s weight: 303
Difference from last week: -0.8
This year’s change: -3
I ended up losing almost a pound this week. Well, these past three weeks, since it’s been that long since I weighed in. I have had a couple of bad days food-wise in the past week, so I was figuring I’d have a huge, massive weight gain this week. Tons of soda, some donuts, some chocolate milk… I earned a weight gain, dammit!
Instead, I lost weight. Down 0.8lbs since my last weigh-in at the start of the month. So what does this mean?
I cannot help but feel like a fraud. I have a few good days, more bad days, and I still lost weight. How does that happen? Where’s the logic in that? Am I truly just a fraud?
That ansewr is an easy one: of course not! A person doesn’t trim off 8% of their body weight by being a fraud. Even though my weight loss has mostly leveled off this year (I currently weigh 3 lbs less than I did at the start of the year), I have still lost a ton of weight. Almost 29 lbs, to be exact. That isn’t a fraud, that is dedication and hard work.
So why do I feel like a fraud? Why do I feel like I am just skating by? Pulling one over? Bragging about something that I am not doing?
- Catching up – Weigh-in for June 7th, 2011 (weightjournal.com)
- Weigh-in for the first week of December (weightjournal.com)
- Weigh-in for September 15, 2007 (weightjournal.com)
- How to Prevent Sudden Weight Gain (3fatchicks.com)