A couple of weeks ago, I wrote this post in an attempt to convince you not to rely on mirrors so heavily when working out.
In the gym, mirrors are (most of the time) better off not being used, but when it comes to your overall appearance, the mirror is the best tool to have at your disposal.
Unfortunately, many people let what the scale reads dictate whether they like or don't like what they see in the mirror.
Why do you care what the scale reads if you don't even like what you see in the mirror, to begin with?
If you do like what you see when you look in the mirror, why does a number on the scale even matter to you?
This is very similar to what I preach for eating - eat quality foods, don't get wrapped up in counting calories.
Look at what you see in the mirror, don't get wrapped up in what the scale reads.