1. Eat healthfully the rest of the day.
If you overeat at one meal — say, you grabbed a doughnut (or two) from the office break room midmorning, after eating your breakfast — it might be tempting to skip lunch to account for those additional calories. While you should still listen to your body and hunger cues, don’t feel like you need to forgo your next meal to “make up” for your earlier actions. Instead, plan to get back on track at your next meal, and enjoy a healthy, satisfying lunch or