I'll start off by saying I know that the scales aren't the best way to measure weight loss, just one of the easier ways. But I used to have such a bond with my scale. Well. Now I live in a 100 year old building with uneven floors. I'll move the scale all throughout the house and get differences of up to 10 lbs. My routine as of late has been to weigh myself 3 times, in the same spot, and then take the average. Well. This morning I discovered if I step on with my left foot first, it gives me a reading of 5 lbs lighter than if I step on right foot first. I think it's safe to say my scale is wonky.
So. I started logging measurements today. Not sure it I'll replace my scale, or just use it as a guideline. I know
my floors are uneven so that can cause problems with even a new, functional scale.
Anyone else have old uneven floors? Do you still use a scale?