I'm experiencing a strange feeling. I feel like what I'm doing to lose weight (counting everything, weighing daily, a fair amount of exercise) is something that I can happily keep on doing forever if I have to. The inconvenience is very small, compared to the pay off. Currently I don't really feel hungry, for example (sometimes, but nothing unbearable). If it doesn't get any harder than this, then I think I can do it.
However, I'm not on maintenance yet - I still need to lose at least a stone and a half (which wouldn't get me to < 25 BMI, but gets me somewhere I can live with).
My question to those who have been in maintenance a while: is it really that as simple as "keep counting, keep weighing"? If I keep doing what I'm doing forever, will I be OK? Or are there hidden traps for the unwary?
It almost seems too good to be true, given how people seem to struggle. I'm worried this is just some sort of "calm before the storm" before my body and mind rebel somehow.