Ditto on the moralizing food.
I would be very careful, though, about drawing any conclusions about the impact of the food you ate. You didn't weigh for a few weeks, it sounds like, then weighed on a brand new scale. I would celebrate being seven pounds from Onederland, then look at this as a brand-new start. You may or may not have gained weight from the way you ate over Christmas and New Year. It doesn't really matter. I just worry that you'll conclude that your "cheat days" blasted you off a plateau. Realistically, you may weigh exactly what you weighed the last time you stepped on a scale, or you might weigh more than the last time. All you know is that your current scale weighs you lighter.
BTW - I am not arguing over weight loss strategies here. Some people swear by cheat days ("refeed days) and others by calorie cycling. I'm just suggesting that you don't have sufficient data to draw any conclusions about the impact your eating had on your weight.
Also - congrats on being so close to Onederland! It will be a tremendous feeling when you step on the scale and see a "1" as the first number.
October challenge - 10/02/2015 - 11/01/2015
Wedding challenge - 06/09/2015 - 08/09/2015 - Not successful. =(
Biggest Loser Challenge (12/29 - 03/16) - Not successful. =(
Trainer boy challenge #3 (11/11-12/11):
Not successful. =(
(Trainer boy challenge #1 completed 09/11 - down 23.2 pounds - starting weight 239.8) (Trainer boy challenge #2 completed 11/11 - down 23.4 pounds - starting weight 216.6)