Making one change a month, and making it a regular part of your everyday life, will help you to keep yourself on track.
If it is a regular "habit", you don't require so much energy to remember to do it. I also noticed that if I'm not overwhelmed with stuff to remember to do, I don't get stress out, which affects me negatively.
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I check off what I have done on my chart on my wall everyday and have an end of day journal that I write in so I can see how much I have accomplished. I have a 6 month chart, that has symbols, a weight chart that goes from week to week, and a measurement chart I do one a month, each ending in 6 month. And anytime I feel low, or like giving up, I just look at what have done, and how far I have come.
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