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Reward Chart

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Saw a awesome one of these. Sorry I forgot who it took me a while to write this up. I figured it was time to put this in writing. Now I am obligated! Woo Hoo, lot of excitement coming up I cannot wait!

~Exercise Streak 5 days a week for 1 month: Buy weighted gloves
~ Below 250: Buy exercise band with handles (hit goal! will purchase on payday!)
~Exercise Streak 5 days a week for 3 months: Dinner out with hubby
~Below 240: Buy new pants
~Exercise Streak 5 days a week for 6 months: H2Oasis for family!
~Below 230: Buy little black dress @ torrid.com
~Below 220: Buy Tanning Package
~Below 210: Buy new swimsuit
~Below 200: Take mini vacation somewhere to wear new swim suit!
~Goal Weight: New look hair & nails, & time away with hubby
~6 month maintain reward: Few new items to wardrobe
~12 month maintain reward: Something Big
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  • LITTLE_QUEEN
    This is a great reward chart, It should keep you motivated on this journey, Good Luck and keep us posted.
    2620 days ago
  • MRSAKINS2005
    Rewards are a great way to stay motivated....

    It's a great idea. I am with you all the way.
    2620 days ago
  • MINDYJ1
    I think it's a good idea to have a rewards system that doesn't involve food! That could be a big reason why I am overweight. I always think of food as a reward! Food should be for nurishment not a reward.
    2620 days ago
  • AMANDAB1327
    That's an excellent idea! I think I'm going to copy your idea if you don't mind. I think I would add in milestones for my food as well, such as tracking my food on the weekend or meeting my guidelines for calories, protein, and fiber. Congrats on getting below 250 and getting your exercise bands!!!

    Amanda

    2621 days ago
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