10. Prepare a detailed chart that tracks your progressIf all you do is to keep track of your last weigh in, it can be easy to overlook how far you have got. Instead, you should try to record your weight each time on a chart. After a few months, you will begin to see how steady and dependable you progress has been. It will pick you up.
Many people spend years on various diets, trying to lose weight. It’s natural to be discouraged when your entire life is focused on no greater a goal than to lose a few pounds. If weight loss goals seem all-consuming in your life, it could be wise to consult a doctor, or perhaps a counselor. For everyone else, though, all it takes to stay upbeat is a little common sense.