Part of weight loss is being accountable. It's knowing you messed up, and trying to correct that. But it's also knowing when you totally rocked it. Roni's Weigh said it well today:
For so long I thought I had to be perfect which led to dieting to getperfect but once I couldn’t be perfect on said diet I decided it wasn’t worth it at all. If I couldn’t be perfect then why bother? But I wanted to be perfect so I’d start again with a new perfect diet only to discover I couldn’t be perfect yet again. [...]
Since we already owned our UNhealthy habits it’s time to celebrate the healthy ones. What are you doing right? What do you deserve a pat on the back for? Don’t be afraid to toot your own horn. Owning your accomplishments is JUST as important as recognizing what you need to change.Well, yesterday I totally rocked it. I stayed within my calorie range and I barely snacked. I didn't eat after dinner - when I generally eat my most calories - and reached my calorie-related goals, even though I didn't work out! It was a fantastic day, and it looks like I'm on the road to another one today.
For the first time in a long while, I feel like this is something I can do. And that feels amazing.