I stay way more accountable if I step on the scale daily. With that being said, I also have to take the daily changes on the scale in stride. A little too much salt one day, or a shift in my cycle can equal a noticeable gain. I use other ways of tracking, but daily weigh ins help me stay on track. Sharon
I try to weigh in weekly, but usually forget. For me progress is more monitored by how much my mobility has improved and how much better my clothes fit. Later, when I get further along in my journey I will pay more attention to the scales.
Daily, but I log it in a spreadsheet so I can track the 10-day average. THAT'S the number I pay attention to.
“Shun wishful thinking, ignore divine revelation, forget what 'the stars foretell,' avoid opinion, care not what the neighbors think, never mind the unguessable 'verdict of history' – what are the facts, and to how many decimal places?” -- R. A. Heinlein
I've decided not to weigh in for the next several weeks as I return to my Spark goals. I don't want the pressure and anxiety of the scale derailing my energy or taking up mental space in my head. I've decided to adopt a greater spirit of mindfulness in regard to listening to my body and will gradually add back in the scale in the coming weeks.
I have pleurisy, 2 types of anemia, macrocytic anemia, Iron deficiency anemia, from blood transfusions with wrong antibodies, causes blood to replace daily instead of 100 days, chronic pneumonia, pleurisy, chronic kidney disease, a partially collapsed lung, low blood pressure & blood clots in both lungs for 3 years. Now formed scar tissue.I am 56 years old. I had cervical cancer 6 years ago, no signs last 4 years as well. I have new blood clots now,2019.I am on P.S.T. time zone.