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Let’s face it.

It’s not like you’re never going to eat pizza again.

And it’s not like I’m never going to eat a single french fry ever again.

Sure, we aim to eat a lot less of that stuff, and certainly less frequently. But sometimes pizza happens. And beer and wine. And salted caramel.

And it usually happens on a weekend, right?

Maybe you plan on taking one innocent little cheat day — or a cheat meal for that matter— and then the next thing you know, that little cheat snowballs into a lost weekend filled with unhealthy choices.

So what do we do after a lost weekend?

For starters, we nip things in the bud come Monday. We get centered and focused, and keep that lost weekend from becoming a lost week… or weeks… or months.

Here’s one of my favorite practices for making healthier habits happen in the real world.

I like to call it Make-Good Monday. And the beauty of this practice is that you can make it happen any day of the week.

Click here to read the full article by Monica Spoelstra Metz.