Hello loves! Sorry I've been so MIA, but now I'm here to stay!
(oooo, that rhymed!)
When it comes to working out, and weight, I might be a little different than most people.
My mindset: If I feel good, I look good.
But today I experienced something that made me want to change how I think.
I normally never weigh myself, just because I think it messes with your head when you work out, and you feel like you have to work out more than you're capable of, to achieve a certain number of comfortability.
So as far back as I can remember, (at least the past 3 or so years), I have been at one constant weight, like every time I do check, its the same. and since then I've been working out a lot more than I have ever in my life, so I thought, naturally, either I'm the same weight, or maybe dropped a few pounds. Especially after all the compliments I've been getting about looking thinner, just made me even more confident about how I looked.
But just today, I had to go to the doctor for something, and as always, the first thing they do is check your weight, and turns out, I added 4 1/2 pounds to what I thought I weighed!
Now, I'm not one of those girls who is going to cry because I've gained an extra 5 pounds. But I am confused on what to believe;
Do I trust my heart, and know that I feel confident in my skin, so I shouldn't stress it?
Should I get my but in the gym and start working off these 5 pounds, all because of a number on a scale?
How do you deal with your weight?
What would you do in my position?
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