BTW, when I really committed, I told myself I would do it for a year and then decide if I wanted to change. I knew it takes at least a year to go through some of the important stages of changing eating patterns. AND I was very sure there were not ANY viable options at that point. Traditional dieting was OUT. Pure paleo/clean/low carb/vegan, etc. were all OUT. It was suffer some with moderation or suffer a lot with overeating. No S was the obvious choice. And it allows for mods when really needed. OK, I'm going to stop preaching!
Welcome back to No S! It's really a fair plan. A former member did something else, but she's basically eating three meals a day! It seems she was either trying to eat diet meals or going way overboard on refined carbs when she did No S before, but didn't really experiment much, it seems to me.