Don’t expect perfection

I made a resolution to lose five pounds, but then I went out to dinner and ate too much bread and butter and a wonderful piece of chocolate cake with lots of calories.

You don’t have to be perfect, says Jessica Setnick in the December 30, 2014, issue of The Dallas Morning News. If you find you’ve made a misstep, remember your goal. Start again.

“Expecting perfection is a setup for giving up altogether if you make one mistake,” Setnick says.

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