I feel certain that it is what we do consistently that makes the real difference, not what we do today so much.
I say that to convince myself...
Yesterday was a weird day. I found myself at home, alone, unexpectedly, with extra time on my hands. DH went out of town and DS had a meeting after school so I didn't have to take him to rifle practice. Now why does this sort of thing trigger thoughts of "what can I eat?" I roamed around for a while thinking about what I could eat. Then decided to make a little sweet, taking 2T of coconut oil melted, adding a tablespoon of cocoa powder, 2T of coconut, a few drops of stevia and chilling it. That worked well, ate it and all thoughts of cheating left my mind.
But them later, I was hungry. Not stomach hungry, but like I needed some eggs. Really needed some fried eggs. So I fried up 4 (yes 4) in 2T of butter, with a T of chopped bacon. And thoroughly enjoyed them. It was a very odd feeling though, because I didn't think "gosh I am hungry what should I eat" it was totally "I need eggs now, but I am not really hungry, but I need eggs now"
The other odd thing, those little desserts that were calling my name earlier in the week, actually got moldy because no one ate them, which sort of informs me as to who actually eats the leftover goodies in the house normally.
Calories 1997 (1700)
Carbs 32g/18% (35g)
Fat 170g/76% (140g)
Protein 90g/16% (70g
So numbers (except for carbs) are high, but the percentages are still good.