In high school (about 5-6 yrs ago for me) I wanted to be thin so bad. I lived dieting and then would binge. I practically lived in a gym for more than a year, tryed the Atkins, the Cabbage Soup diet, all of those diets. I would see the celebs and admire their bodies. I thought that if I only had that body, my life would be SO different. So many things would change. I compared my size 6 jeans to size 2 models.
I now lost weight, I'm down to a size 4 but a good size 4, I can honestly say that I have no problem whatsover, no complaints. I've moved to Argentina and in these last 4 years, I walk a lot, I eat REAL food (no perservatives), more water and tea and I snack less. Basically my lifestyle is way different and I eat just as much as before but in a different way and doing different things.
The point is that, weight really doesn't change your life a whole lot. 1 or 2 sizes (as long as you're healthy) really isn't as dramatic as it seems. It's not going to change your love life, it's not going to make you more successful at work, it's not going to help you gain friends nor will it bring you and your family closer together. It's really not going to change a whole lot besides needing new clothes and maybe gaining a litte confidence. And I say maybe because you may even discover that your weight doesn't even modify your confidence. It doesn't even make you feel prettier or funnier or sexier sometimes.
I don't know, it just doesn't change a whole lot when your already at a healthy weight.
Point is, if you are thinking that losing 1 or 2 sizes when you are already healthy is going to change your life, you may discover that it's really not, you're just gonna need some new jeans.