You should be able to get on the scale and believe the number you see. Instead I'm left second guessing everything! I've done really well in not jumping on the scale every 10 minutes for the past 2 weeks. When I told myself that I wouldn't let the number define me, I believed it.
This morning I woke up and weighed 303.4. I ate breakfast and took a shower (for some reason I always weigh less after I eat breakfast). I weighed again and the scale said 296.6. Under 300 pounds?!?! No way. I jump back on.....295! Ok, something isn't right. That would be almost a 8 pound loss in 2 weeks and I don't feel that I've put in that much effort. Jump on a final time and it said 301.4.
Now I'm left asking what is the true number? I thought that maybe my scale was off. This isn't the first time that the numbers have jumped so ridiculously. 2 weeks ago I made a trip to Walmart and checked 3 different scales. They all matched the number on the scale at home. I just don't understand how a scale can fluctuate 6 pounds within a 5 minute period.