Those are the same reasons I pick Friday to weigh in! I try to up my exercise on the weekend to compensate for the cheating, and to keep the cheating moderate, but I admit that I really like allowing myself a few extras at the end of the week.
I'll come along for the ride, although I haven't been doing too well. Will try to get back on the band wagon and get with the program. Sunday weigh in is ok with me - I'm not usually any heavier then than any other day.
Well, there's always one in every crowd: I always weigh on Monday. That helps me NOT to go too crazy on the weekends. It actually works for me. I'll figure something out - or tell you what I THINK I'm gonna weight the next day - jk!
I weigh everyday so it doesn't matter LOL. I am happy that we are doing this. Its been a crazy beginning of the week and I have gained weight because I was unable to exercise even though I have been great with calories so I am hoping to get out today and by Sunday be back where I started or at least lose a few pounds.
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