Its easy to fall foul of " it's all of nothing" when looking at results Makes sure that you look at the whole picture & break down all the elements of what you do & achieve along the health & fitness journey, so that you don't filter & magnify any negatives as a totality of all your hard work.
Its good to have a time frame around your goals so why not go one step further & make it a "S.M.A.R.T goal" Specific.Measurable. Achievable. Realistic & Time based.
Keep in mind..
*You're able to do more sets & reps than when you started (mark out of 10%) *You have lost a good percentage of the weight/ body fat you wanted *You look better naked or clothes fit better. *You have more energy or feel & look stronger *You've got better eating habits or cut out bad ones *Gained more confidence *You learned a new skill like boxing or step class , or weight training *Made new friends in the gym *Improved your posture or recovered significantly from an injury *Made your Girlfriend /Boyfriend smile big time with the new improved you!
When you break it down like this there is so much more you gain & learn heaps more about yourself ..so keep in mind ~ "Happiness is a journey not a destination"