From your tracker, it looks as though our journeys are similar. I started out at 264 years ago and just reached my goal a couple of weeks ago. I used to be terrified that I'd gain again, but one day I realized that just because other people lost 50, 60, 70+ lbs and then gained it back didn't mean I had to. I determined that it was truly was a life change for me and that maintenance would be no different. For one, it took me a long time to lose 125 lbs, and I have settled into very healthy habits. But the other thing is that I always ate real food and fit the treats that I love to have in on occasion and in moderation.
So really, the only thing that I could do to send me back to that place would be to start binge eating again. That's not going to happen because I still manage my environment to keep the opportunities for binging at an absolute minimum. I know myself well enough to know that I STILL can't go get a large pizza and take it home because I have that fat girl in me that would LOVE to eat 4-5 slices, take a break, and go back for more. But i can have a personal size pizza or go get a slice or two. I can live this way, and I will live this way. I still track. I still eat healthily 90% of the time, and I can go get Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop-Tarts if I have a sudden, inexplicable craving for them every now and then on MY terms, which means never on a whim, but consciously making the decision that, yes, I think I'd really like to have a pop-tart. This life is livable. Find a way to live that is sustainable and that doesn't deprive you of the treats you like in moderation. But always be aware of your tendencies and stay on top of them.
Motivation will get you to the start line; discipline will get you to the finish.
Starting Weight: 264 (didn't get there overnight)
Current Weight 129.4 (didn't get here overnight)
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