IN FACT I usually tell people to Eff themselves (mentally of course) when they give me unasked for advice. I don't care what you think. I'm doing it my way, the way I want to, at the pace I choose. Weight loss is a completely selfish endeavor and I am unapologetic about it. This is a good thing.
Weighing myself daily has been one of my favorite aspects of weight loss. I love to look at my graph. I love to know exactly what I weighed this morning. I am not afraid of the scale, I am not afraid of weight gain and fluctuations. I trust myself and I trust my diet and I am curious as all get out about the nitty gritty details.
I read all over about how weighing yourself daily is supposed to be a bad idea because you will get discouraged and blah blah blah. That is really only a problem if you don't have the backbone or the perspective to understand what your daily weight really is.
My roommate is amazed at how unfazed I am when I see a 6 pound gain in as short a time as two days, but I know its not "FAT" weight, and that it will go back down fairly quickly.
I think having a "binge/normal caloric intake" weekend at least once a month is a very good thing. Its been happening to me naturally, and then my diet goes back to being more intense. Like I said in my video, its good to give your body a break and let it know you aren't starving in the desert.
Go eat some tater tots. Your body knows there are no tater tots in the desert.