Weekly Wednesday Weigh-in

Note, Jan. 22, 2017: Weekly Wednesday Weigh-in obviously hasn’t happened in almost four years. If I can summon the courage to do so, I will post this week’s weigh-in (Jan. 25). I guess I’ll have to weigh myself on the crappy, cheap scale my husband and I have been lugging around for years. But…accountability, right? 🙂

I weigh myself each Wednesday on the scale in my office breakroom. Here are my weekly results.

Dec. 5, 2012: 138
Dec. 12, 2012: 139
Dec. 19, 2012: 139
Dec. 26, 2012: 143.2
Jan. 2, 2013: 143
Jan. 9, 2013: 143
Jan. 16, 2013: 142
Jan. 23, 2013: 142
Jan. 30, 2013: 144
Feb. 6, 2013: 142
Feb. 13, 2013: 144
Feb. 20, 2013: 143
Feb. 27, 2013: 142
Mar. 6, 2013: 142
Mar. 13, 2013: 141
Mar. 20, 2013: 142
Mar. 27, 2013: 141.5

Apr. 3, 2013: 138.6

Apr. 10, 2013: 140.6

Apr. 24, 2013: 142.8

10 thoughts on “Weekly Wednesday Weigh-in

  1. I was just wondering, could the weather be of factor in gaining weight in addition to holiday feasts? I noticed that I tend to have a pattern every year. Gain weight during the holidays and I lose it during the summer.

    • I think that’s pretty common. I was just talking about this with a girl I met the other day at the animal shelter. She said it happens to her, too.

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  3. Great job today. You are committed and encouraging me to do the same. It’s good to keep the weigh-ins to just 1 day a week.

    • I ask because I want to set mine at .5 lbs/per week, but this to me does not seem like enough. But at the same time when I strive for more lbs lost per week then I set myself up for failure. What is your take?

      • Hey! I am aiming for 2 lbs lost a week. My mom tells me that’s the rate at which you can effectively lose weight and keep it off.

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