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LISAN0415 SparkPoints: (8,577)
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12/20/12 10:49 P

That's good advice @ OnlyZombiecat- That's kind of what I am thinking... Get there as at the very least my 1st goal, and then I can ammend it,

but I am just wondering if making a greater goal worked for others???

LOUNMOUN Posts: 1,290
12/20/12 10:38 P

I wouldn't change it if it were me. When you reach your original goal, I would just decide how you feel and go from there.

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12/20/12 10:30 P

So, (and you can look at my pictues on my SparkPage) I made a goal for myself to lose 48 lbs total- that would put me at the high end of the "normal" range for BMI

I ahave lost 28 lbs since October, and according to the goal I have set, I have 20 more lbs to go.

I am not sure if I set my goal to 58 lbs total and try to lose 30 lbs (still would be in the normal range for my BMI) OR if I should wait, see I look and feel aat 48 lbs lost and ammend my goal at that point?

What's your opinion?

P.S. I am getting married May 4th, 2013 and according to Spark People, I will reach my goal of 48 total pounds down by the middle of March if I lose 2 lbs per week consistently. I could probably lose anouther 10 lbs in that 6 weeks- not sure if I should push that yet?

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