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RICKSTER_SURREY Posts: 173
9/8/10 12:07 A

Hmm, the reward I get for losing 10 lbs, is that I've lost 10 lbs. I just feels great. Don't sell that feeling short. . .

CHALLENGER15 Posts: 8,816
9/6/10 1:02 P

There must be something about pedicures, because I see that a lot as a reward. [Planning on one myself when I have lost my first 10 pounds!] There is a beauty school fairly close to where I live that gives pedicures so that the students can get experience; I believe the price is 1/2 or less than what it is in a salon.

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9/6/10 9:49 A

I base my rewards on things I like, but don't normally do for myself. For example, I recently reached a goal and I'm rewarding myself with a pedicure. You could do an inexpensive version of that by treating yourself to a new nail polish shade and an at home, DIY pedicure. It's all about knowing what is going to make you happy when you reach a goal.

Good luck!

CHERYLT781 Posts: 2
9/6/10 9:37 A

I have recently retired from work and am now working at getting both myself and my husband healthier! I had a large back surgery and have been trying hard to get back in shape .. I need inexpensive perks to keep me motivated. I am currently in a 60 day challenge with a few people .. After this challenge is complete I will need to reward myself so I am ready to jump into another challenge to keep me motivated through the winter months! emoticon

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