Thursday, September 15, 2011
Day 4 juice fast and new scale
My new scale arrived todayyyy!
And it's good. Really good, actually. I weighed myself about a thousand times in different rooms and it gave me a very consistent reading. Then I peed and did the same thing and it was less by .4 of a pound! Ha ha!
The only bad thing is that compared to my current scale, I would estimate about a 4-5 pound difference...
Which to me is a big fucking difference... I think my old scale is too nice to me. After some mind-boggling algebra, I figured out that this new scale is a LOT closer to the scale I encountered over the weekend... Which was a big old-fashioned doctor's type scale.
SO, even though my blissful little weight bubble has been popped because of that fucking thing, I'm glad I stepped on it. Not only because it prompted my 5 day fast which as been AMAZING, but also it prompted me to buy a new scale. And I KNOW getting a consistent number when weighing in will motivate me more... I can't fudge this one... This puppy is brutally honest.
Regardless of the scale used, I lost a significant amount of weight this week while juice fasting. The difference this morning compared to a week ago was staggering. I'm not going to reveal the exact numbers yet, but I will on Saturday morning.
In other news... Last night was such an emotional roller-coaster going out.
The hubby didn't really want to go (as usual) but he did. We all sat outside and I pretended to have a vodka tonic (only hold the vodka) while everyone else drank beer... It was nice enough, but it honestly just made me miss having people I truly WANT to hang out with in my life. Like my college friends. And mountain friends.
Then to top it all off, I was smelling everyone's food ALL NIGHT LONG. AND they wanted to sit on the patio... Sure, cool, whatever. The patio next to a fucking pizza place which was baking up a storm.
If the hubby had not been there, I probably would have caved and ordered at least a salad.
BUT I'm so close to the end now, I don't want to fuck it up.
I want to feel accomplished and thinner at the end of the week.
And I know I will.
Think thin, ladies.