What kind of relationship do you have with your scale? Here are a few things to keep in mind for a healthier relationship with your scale.
You don’t need to weigh yourself daily. Set a different increment—once a week, maybe, or even less often—by which you will weigh yourself and stick to it.
Your weight can fluctuate 2-4 pounds from day to day. There are a number of factors that can greatly affect your weight from one day to the next including the amount of salt in your diet and when you had your last meal, among others.
Don’t obsess on a number alone. In addition to weighing yourself, track your progress by taking measurements, getting your body fat tested, and/or keeping track of how your clothing fits.
Lastly, remember that your character is far more important than a hot body. Do your best, take care of yourself and be health, but know that your self-worth is based on who you are on the inside, not on a number on the scale!