Morning all Bit of a random one, but yesterday I bought my first ever set of bathroom weighing scales (half price Salter ones at Sainsbury's). I find this strangely exciting and it will be useful to keep an eye on my weight, as I tend to put it on easily and quickly and this will help it from spiralling out of control ... in addition to a healthy diet, of course I have a fairly obsessive personality and it's all I can do to stop myself leaping on them every 2 minutes ;o) but I'm a tad dubious at how my weight fluctuates on them. Last night, I'd put on 2lbs after dinner (an egg salad) and this morning, I've lost about 3lbs off yesterday's original weight! Is this the norm with scales and/or your body, following eating and sleeping? I'm not sure if the scales are faulty, or if this is the body's natural way. When is the best time to weigh yourself for the most accurate reading? I have NO doubt that there will be many Tessers out there better with the whole 'science bit' than me! Many thanks.