I consider Sunday my "free" day. That means that I don't count calories, fat or anything else. During the week, if I have a craving for something that would take me over my goals, I just tell myself I can have it on Sunday. The reality is that on most Sunday's, I usually stay with the healthy eating habits I have developed. And for those times it do splurge, it's OK. I believe one day cannot undue 6 days. Also, having that "light at the end of the tunnel" helps me throughout the week!
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I allow myself one free day during the week. My free day is Sunday. I can eat something sweet. This keeps me from eating a desert everyday if I know I can have one once a week. Sometimes it is the good stuff like dark chocolate.
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