I had been discussing on a raw food forum about staying motivated with little support. Than I read this article in Delicious Living Magazine about websites that help you track your success and network with other people. It helps keep you accountable in your goal setting. If you are like me, you have many, many people who would encourage you to NOT eat raw food either from fear of it causing you to not be able to go out to eat anymore, or some insecurity whenever you try to better yourself, to simple misunderstanding of what raw food is. So any kind of encouragement and support is good!
Here are the sites:
http://www.stickk.com (wager on yourself, promising to meet a certain goal. If you don't make it, stickk makes you ante up to a friend of your choosing or donate money to your favorite charity. lol)
http://www.sparkpeople.com (name your fitness or weight loss goal, and they offer tips. Fitness minute section helps you keep track of how much time you've exercised during a given month)
http://www.thedailyplate.com (track your weekly food intake and exercise, and it helps you manage your fitness or weight loss goals, and network with other members)