Weight Watchers Centers all over are preparing for the January rush. Every January people guilty due to overeating during the holidays will make it their New Year's Resolution to lose weight. Even though they did exactly the same last year. After they ditched their diet the previous year. Maybe they made it to March or even to Halloween. The halls of Weight Watchers usually empty after that because in reality WW isn't a lifestyle change but a diet. Something you can't stick to during the holiday months.
During my dieting years, I actually stuck with WW for the holiday season. Granted I had figured out patterns where I could binge eat, namely Thursday night right after the meeting. I think I managed to lose weight on WW only because I started when I was 16 and hadn't yet damaged my metabolism.
Now, I don't diet come January or through the holidays. Yes, I eat more. I won't deny that. I have a lot more parties to go to. There are leftovers, gifts of desserts, and after Christmas sales. What I make sure I do is to keep up my healthy habits. I make sure I eat my vegetables, I make sure that I move and I don't care if I've gained weight or not.
Resolutions to be healthier don't have to start on Jan 1 (or in dieter's cases Jan 3, after all the junk food is gone). When you want to do something for your body. Do it right now. In fact I'm just about to get it a cup of water.
Have a Happy New Year! Remember Results Not Typical.