From skwigg's journal:
If I catch myself body-checking at all, I stop. I used to have all these little disordered quirks for checking my size or analyzing my reflection. I no longer do that. I operate under the assumption that I'm fine regardless. I don't really notice my clothes anymore because I only own ones that fit and the fit doesn't change very much. I used to find obsessive body-checking far more stressful than weighing myself, which is why I continued weighing myself for so long. The scale is actually less invasive to me than using tight clothes as a guide, which some suggest but I find horrible.
If clothes are feeling tighter, it's only ever a matter of looking at my habits to see if I'm enjoying them and being consistent, or if I'm eating when not hungry, snacking more, skipping meals, or eating past satisfaction. If things are getting weird, a few days of eating more normally un-weirds them very effectively. Nothing to worry about.