The blogger has been extremely successful with their plan and has posted a number of challenges that many of my blog friends have also found success with.
This verbose blogger is the subject of a lot of blog chatter, most of it positive and some of it negative.
However, last year the blogger (whom I am not naming ) would frequently quote and link to other blogs and then add their own editorial comments in their own blog posts.
All that being said, what prompted this post was my confusion regarding the following...
People, by their own words, are apologizing to this blogger for not following the plan/challenge to the letter and I don't understand why they seem to be making that blogger the person they are accountable to.
Shouldn't your ultimate in accountability be to yourself? Or perhaps I'm reading it wrong.
I applaud the blogger's success and the successes of other bloggers on that blogger's plan/challenge but I think it's a healthier mental attitude to be accountable to yourself.
If you aren't ultimately accountable to yourself, as your own final authority, how can you expect to continue losing weight and/or maintaining your healthier lifestyle changes in the long run?