I have seen a lot of posts about changing goals to allow for weekends off. What about weekend only goals or goals where the commitment is different for the weekend? I can think of lots of things I have little or no time to do on weekdays and much more time to do on weekends.
For example, you might have a goal to reduce the amount of coffee or alcohol you drink. You want to limit yourself to 1 drink per day during the week and 3 per day on the weekends. An alternative could be to limit yourself to 3 drinks for the entire weekend and 0 during the week. More than 3 per weekend or 1 on any weekday would result in derailing. Is there a way to do this?
You could add up what you want to commit to during the 5 weekdays and 2 weekend days and make this number a weekly goal. I have tried something like this, but it still allows me to skip days during the week and catch up on the weekend or vice versa.
This brings up a related question: is there any way to set up a "Do more" or "Do less" daily goal so that there is a maximum or minimum amount? This could be used to prevent "catch-up days" and instead reinforce a consistent daily habit.