Diva on a Diet posted on twitter today that she didn't know what to expect on the scale since she wasn't weighing each day.
Personally, I don't weigh-in each day. To me, that is entirely too much pressure. Watching the numbers go up & down depending on what happened the day before (if weigh-in is in the AM) or the course of the day (if weigh-in is in the PM) is just too much for me. I only weigh-in at my WW meeting. Doing so allows for consistency in the scale that I use, and the time is generally the same each week.
One thing that I never know, until I get on the scale, is what number will appear. I can't predict that I will have a gain/loss based on how I ate or the amount of exercise that I did. I can't because it seems that on those weeks when I am totally on program, drink a fair amount of water each day, get in at least 5 days of exercise, and keep track of everything - I may only lose .5 or even have a gain. Conversely, when I do the opposite or the minimum in the days leading up to a weigh-in I may have a huge loss. In essence, it is totally random.
Therefore for me, I only weigh in one day a week. How about you?