Day Two involves committing to a diet plan. Two, in fact. The idea is that if your primary diet plan isn't working for you, having already selected a back-up plan prevents any time lost when switching to a new plan. Seems like a smart and easy idea.
My primary diet plan will be the Spark People website. It's free, easy, and I'm already familiar with it. It's basically just calorie/nutrient tracking. Because there's no real eating plan besides staying within calories, I don't plan on modifying it at all.
My back-up diet plan is Weight Watchers. I'd rather not have to rely on WW, but I do know it works and I'm comfortable with it, so I think it's a good choice. At this point, I don't plan on making any modifications to the WW plan. However, I'm not sure if I'd switch to the old 123Success plan, or whatever new plan WW has.
I'm not experiencing any sabotaging thoughts about picking a reasonable, healthy, responsible diet plan.
I did read my Advantages list three times today.
I also listened to a guided meditation that I got from my therapist's office.