“I don’t trust this scale anymore”, I told Tabs, scale in hand. If that mis-calibrated piece of equipment was telling the truth, that means I gained 3 pounds.
Fluctuation is totally normal, but that doesn’t make it any easier. If I didn’t know better, I would say that my body was trying to psych me out. How, after a week of hard work and diligent dieting, did I gain weight? Sure, it could be water weight and it could be muscle development. Whatever. Weight gain: here’s my attitude.
Well, I may have baked a ton of cookies tonight. And I may have eaten my share. (Get flat cookies when you replace flour with bisquick mix. Doesn’t mean they have fewer calories though).
Tangent: My friend B and I decided that you are what you eat, so you should look like what you eat. Noodles: skinny. Apple: Fat. Car doughnut: skinny. Doughnut with a hole: fat. So flat cookies…you catch my drift. Tangent over.
Despite not making it to the gym today, I’m starting back up tomorrow.