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Maintenance is different from losing. There is less room for error. When you're losing, if you target losing a pound a week and end up averaging a half pound or a pound and a half, it doesn't matter that much. You still get where you're going. But if you're targeting no gain or loss and end up averaging a half pound per week up or down, it doesn't take many weeks before you're no longer at a healthy weight.
Maintenance is different psychologically, too. One of my Spark Teams that focuses on losing weight keeps coming up with challenges that are variation on, "What are you changing to make the weight come off?" That's fine for losing, and motivation to lose; but changing things around isn't the answer when you're already at your desired weight. Or if you're not holding that weight steady, exactly how you need to change things around might not be obvious.
One of the themes here is, one size does not fit all. Some people maintain well without tracking food, or without weighing very often. Others still need to track everything. I track food, and I weigh daily; but what works for me might not be right for you. Others might just try to eat clean, pay attention to hunger signals, and weigh monthly. You need to find what works for you.
"Discipline is remembering what you want. " - David Campbell
Max Lifetime Weight, 221
SP Start Weight, 196.6
Initial SP Goal, 175
Current Goal on Ticker, 162
| current weight: -1.2 under