Started off by this...
But that leaves me with a quandary. It makes my next bit of weight loss harder to achieve. If I've managed to trick my scales into weighing me lighter, just this once, then when I weigh myself at weigh-in 7 I'm less likely to have lost anything at all.
Also, and whilst it shouldn't be a factor I can't help believing that it will be, Denise and I are going on holiday for a week starting on Friday. And weigh-in 7 is the day we get back from this. Do I really want to risk a massive weight gain because of using the 17.10 reading? Or a smaller weight gain using the 18.0? Or should I not be succumbing to this thinking - sensible eating is for every part of your life - you can't just give it up when you're on holiday.
Goddam it. I got in the shower and had a think about it.
After the shower, making sure I dried off every drop of excess water, I weighed myself a third time having made the decision that I would take the average and use that as today's figure.
And by lucky coincidence, this is what I weighed!
I cannot do it without the pressure of guilt!