I've deliberately failed on the 1st day.
Thursday, January 02, 2014
Two weeks before Christmas I decided that in the New Year I will not drink alcohol on a week day unless it's a special occasion. Yesterday being New Years day and the first day I deliberately broke this decision.
Because . . . . . I know if I'd stuck with this I would'ave found it hard if not impossible to have a drink on a special occasion.
Because . . . . .I know I can get to obsessed with things and I'm heading for full on failure if I have too many things going on weight wise at once.
I suppose I could call it a "special occasion" being New Years Day, but the point I'm trying to get across to myself is "it doesn't matter if I don't do everything right for one day" it doesn't mean I've failed.
I know I'm going to succeed.
Added as extra. . . . .
I've read the comments so far & I think I've been a bit misunderstood. The point I was trying to make is not that I've failed on day one, it's that I mustn't become obsessed with doing everything right from day one. It doesn't matter that I made this point using alcohol, it could'ave been food, exercise, scales, etc. All I wanted to get across is I can become obsessed and then fail miserably so I thought I'd hit the obsession on the head before it got a hold.