The fourth came and went… and now it’s weigh-in day again!
I’m a little “eh” about this scale victory. Mostly due to my scale. Or should I say, scales. We have his-and-her scales and being curious as I am, I have been weighing myself on both. Especially after last week, when I was almost 3 pounds lighter on the other scale- which I measured right after loading my weight on MFP. So this morning I weighed myself three times on each. The scale I normally use was .6 difference between the three… and all three were slightly higher than the weight I recorded. I used the weight I used though because all 3 times I got on it was exactly the same.
I do hope this is truly accurate, since I worked out a lot (for me) last week. I will have to keep up with that. I took the last few days off because I was sore from Sunday, but today I am back on the workout wagon!!!
Anyone have any issues with scales like this? It’s messing with my mind! A half pound on the scale here and there makes a huge difference, and I don’t like that I don’t feel like I can trust it. Sigh. Advice appreciated.
So… my Fourth of July! B had to work yesterday, while I was off for the holiday, so I was alone most of the day. Womp. I decided to paint my nails but wasn’t feeling anything in the patriotic family using the colors I had. I did find a color I haven’t used in YEARS though. It’s called essie Brick Oven, and I bought it in 2003 or 2004. Actually, I don’t remember buying it. Maybe my mom did? In any case I remember wearing it on my toes at my summer job in 2004, and realizing how well it went with everything. It goes with red. It compliments pinks. It’s like a great darker version of a neutral.
You can’t tell very well from the photo, but the bottle is just less than 1/3 full. It’s my most used-up bottle of nail polish, and the oldest one I own! It’s not on the essie website anymore, but I’ve found it for sale online in other places. I think I’ll have to purchase a new one at some point in the future, since this polish was a bit hard to work with due to it’s age- very thick and gummy.
What’s your oldest nail polish? Any old favorites you’ve revisited lately?