I don't have a cheat day planned out. I simply allow myself to eat what some people would consider "cheat" foods when I feel hungry for them....in moderation of course. I don't stockpile junk food or anything like that. However if I am out I will allow myself a little bit of icecream or split a dessert with a friend. I have found when I deprive myself or restrict then it triggers a bad binge. For myself, trying to be "perfect" all the time is unrealistic.
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Proverbs 3;5-6 Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; acknowledge him, and He will make your paths straight. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I used to, when I was working out like crazy. Most days, I would eat between 1500-1700 calories while burning (typically) 200-400 calories a day. Once a week, I would eat junk, eat more than normal, and enjoy myself. Now, since I don't workout besides walks due to medical problems, I don't have cheat days, I simply adjust for any treats I want to have on occasion.