Lots of views about the importance of weighing and whether and how to do it.
What I have found helpful is weighing myself naked first thing in the morning every day. I always use kilos - I was born pre-metric but I find kgs friendlier than lbs or stones. The daily weighing has enabled to to treat the scales as merely one piece of information. I've seen how much day to day variation there can be (interestingly less post menopause) Sometimes if I've had a lot to eat, I might skip the following day or two to allow things to settle rather than be demoralised (or get cocky!)
For some people, it is clothes fitting that is enough of a measure - but if you are already uncomfortable in your clothes then my feeling is that you deserve some comfortable clothes right now, life is too short to wait. (On the other hand, finding I can get into clothes that had been put aside is wonderful)
I've also not found wielding the tape measure especially helpful as the changes have been very slow and perhaps not that consistent - measurer error possibly. I have never had much of a waistline, I'm just not built that way, even if you can see my ribs. I've also bought one or two items recently in a smaller size and found them too tight which isn't fun. I'd rather be comfortable in the same size.