“I’ve ruined it anyway, so why not go all the way?”
"Everyone has plenty of slip-ups throughout their lifetime," Bushard says. "It isn't a matter of whether or not you've made a mistake but rather whether you let that mistake snowball or choose to just get back on course."
Remember that each bite is a choice. There is a lot of "grey area" between perfect and ruined, Albers adds. "Think of your actions to be on a continuum instead of all or nothing. Just skipping a few bites can make a big difference in the long run."