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9 Ideas After Meeting Your Weight Loss Goal

Follow Your Goals and Dreams

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Become a student again
Going back to school can be intimidating. For people already crunched for time, it can seem impossible. But, as your weight loss plan is proving, with planning and organization – not to mention your newfound energy levels – anything is possible. When you’re eating healthy and exercising, your memory is sharper, making studying and learning a snap – even those conjugated French verbs.

Start your own business
Long hours, potential stress, a non-stop schedule; these are the rewards of striking out on your own. But so are freedom, excitement and a life-changing experience. To brave this path, you’ll need to be at the top of your game. That means loads of energy, a great attitude and a belief in yourself and your abilities. Being in shape makes this all possible. Now that you’re an expert in taking two steps forward when faced with one step back, you and your health can make it fun!

Rediscover your social life
Did spontaneity disappear while your waistline grew? Now that you lead a healthier and more active lifestyle, bring your friends along for the ride. Plan some fun activities or join a team, keep a journal of all the high points (for later motivation), and just enjoy yourself. This is where all your hard work can pay off.

Keep improving your health and fitness
Once you’ve lost your goal weight, does that mean the job is done, so you can go back to your old habits and cruise on through? Of course not. This is a great opportunity to build even more healthy habits that help you consistently feel and look a little better every day.

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