When you're trying so hard to lose weight it's easy to focus on all the things you've done wrong over the week. You should have passed on that slice of pizza. You should have gotten up to go for a run but instead you sat and watched TV. If only you didn't have tiramisu after dinner you would have seen more results on the scale. While your mind tends to fixate and ruminate on the "mistakes" you made during the week, it's important to actively think about what you did right this week. Because I know there are choices that you made that were right, that have helped you get closer to your goals.
Take a moment to think about something you did well this week. Maybe it's related to a food choice, or maybe it's workout related. Perhaps you actually made it to the gym or maybe you got to the gym but you ran for 10 more minutes than you usually did. Maybe it's not food or workout related at all. Maybe you were extraordinary at a project this week, or maybe you listened during an argument even when all you wanted to do was shout why the other person was wrong and you were right. Whatever it is, I'd like you to acknowledge your accomplishments this week. Write them down. I suspect you've spent a lot of your week focused on what you didn't do. Give yourself a break and have fun thinking about all the things you did do, and did well.