I have hidden the scale for the month. I am relying simply on measurements to keep me going, and that has helped tremendously. Especially since I'm doing a metabolic reset and allowing my metabolism to straighten itself out after years of basically starve-binge-starve.
I've recently gotten into a slight obsession with metabolism and how it works, and how long term low-calorie diets can cause problems, so I've been more focused on that aspect of things. It's easier for me to focus on getting healthy and strong, than it is to focus on getting thinner and losing pounds. I am hoping as I get healthier and stronger, then I will also lose some fat in the process.
Coming at it from a different angle has refreshed my desire to eat better, if not lower cal. I'm having fun in the kitchen again because my meals aren't limited to baked chicken, pick a veggie, pick a fruit, and brown rice anymore. And seeing the numbers go UP on the weights motivates me to keep going with that.
Summary: when it becomes boring or a chore, change it up! That's what's worked for me, because changing it up means I get to play around in the kitchen with different things.
(I don't know if any of that helped, but I hope it did!)