Why? Is it working? Do you enjoy it? Is it sustainable? If the answer to any of those is No then you need to scrap that approach.
Diet implies short term or that there is an end date. That is a setup for failure. You never get to stop eating right. To reach a goal and then bail on the plan that got you there is the path to yo-yo dieting.
I don't carb cycle or IF or anything else. I eat everything in the right amounts for me. I'm damn lucky that I haven't found a need to restrict any one macro. Right now I'm doing a 45C/35F/20P breakdown. I eat my carbs during the first 2/3 of the day if I can including pre and post workout.
I've eaten 6 pieces of Killer Dave's bread today. Not ideal but I didn't prep any potatoes or pasta for the weekend.
I stay motivated by eating what I want in the right amounts. I also want to be lean and defined more than I want to eat at Hometown Buffet.
Eat to live. Don't live to eat.