I broke the rule! I usually weigh in on Friday morning, but this week I gave myself a pass, the first one since May. I had a bad reaction to a medication and spent Sat-Tues in pain, and then Wed-Fri laid up in bed! I didn't exercise for 3 days straight, so while I didn't do too bad with eating, my activity was non-existent.
I felt it would be too stressful to weigh in, so I stayed off the scale. I am getting much better, I feel great this morning and was able to work out again! The down side is that I am on oral steroids for the next couple of weeks, and know that a big side effect is BIG appetite. I am stocking up (even more than usual) on carrots and other vegetables, and won't buy any crackers or pretzels. Hopefully, next week I can weigh in with minimum damage!!!
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