Start focusing on healthy choices. It's okay to go out to eat, but you need to be smart. Ask for a to-go box, and immediately portion out your food. Choose wisely; if you're going to a mexican place, either skip the tortillas or the rice, but don't do both. Get the chicken instead of the steak.
Plan ahead, and look at the restaurants' menus to plan what your best options are. It's easier to stay on track when you plan when you're not hungry and surrounded by friends.
Why are you working out so much on the weekends? Exercise is good, but it won't counteract a bad diet.
TRACK EVERYTHING. Even if you don't want to, track anyway.
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