DairyFarmersWife's Journal, 27 October 2018

It looks like the universe is telling me to stop weighing myself. First I went back and forth on whether I should weigh in once a week while on the keto challenge or not. I finally decided I’m too obsessed to not weigh in so I tried to weigh in. The scale keeps reading Lo which I know means the battery is low but I’m also hoping it means I’m going Lo. Seriously why doesn’t it just say Low??? It can obviously read 3 digits because it keeps giving me 3 digits and a . something. So then I tried to figure out what kind of dumb not standard battery the scale takes because they never use anything we may have in the house AND the screw stripped while attempting to remove it from the cover. The cover that also had a tab that made the screw completely pointless but ok.
I’m taking all this as a sign I should not weigh in for this challenge because scales are dumb.

Diet Calendar Entries for 27 October 2018:
1498 kcal Fat: 93.19g | Prot: 131.71g | Carb: 28.75g.   Breakfast: Bulletproof Collagen Protein, DaVinci Gourmet Coffee Sugar Free Syrup, Heavy Cream, Coffee, Denny's Bacon Strips, Fathead Pizza. Lunch: Chicken Breast. Dinner: Beef Top Sirloin (Trimmed to 1/8" Fat) , Birds Eye Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper Brussels Sprouts. Snacks/Other: Cheesecake Fat Bomb. more...
2550 kcal Activities & Exercise: Fitbit - 24 hours. more...

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I am going to take a risk and answer what may very well be a rhetorical question by sharing that I think it is the little diagonal bits on the "w" that stop your dumb scale from including it. Digital numbers can be represented by vertical and horizontal lines in the shape of a bisected rectangle. That pesky "w" throws in fancy diagonals the little scale screen can't handle. Go on and weigh in for the challenge. Scales ARE dumb but they are good stress relievers when you curse at them in the morning ;) 
27 Oct 18 by member: Officially39
How frustrating. LMAO!!! You really should become a writer ... you have the most entertaining journals. Well done on weighing yourself and "trying" to remain accountable. 
28 Oct 18 by member: Mom2Boxers


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