This week, I’ve experienced a coupleof small, but very important, victories in my Weight Watcher’s journey. First, I’ve gotten more activity points than I expected so far this week. On Monday, I got six, on Tuesday, I got ten, and on Wednesday, I got four. Also, I pulled out a pair of cargo pants for the first time this fall, and found that they are now too big for me. I can still wear them, but they’re very loose. This is awesome. These kinds of victories are called non-scale victories in the Weight Watchers program. But I prefer not to separate my victories, because it helps me to remember that just because a scale isn’t involved doesn’t mean there’s not a victory, and for me, separating them in to scale and non-scale creates a dichotomy where I don’t think one needs to exist.