as some of you might remember, i've been on a diet all summer and have lost 23.4 pounds. when i went to my weight watchers meeting last week, my weight hadn't changed, and i've been weighing myself all week and it doesn't seem to be budging. i think this is one of those dreaded plateaus that they always talk about at the meetings - you just stop losing weight for a while, even if you stick perfectly to your diet. i haven't been 100% perfect, but i never am, and my previous weight loss had been quick and consistant. so my question is, how do i bust out of this plateau? should i just keep doing what i'm doing and wait for my body to catch up, or should i go back to eating normally for a few weeks to give my body a break from the weight loss? or should i make my already-strict diet more strict and hope that my body pays attention? i know there's probably not much of anything i can do, but i figured i'd see if anyone else out there had had a similar weight loss experience and could give me some tips or at least some moral support! it's so frustrating to keep doing the things that have always worked and not see any progress.