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How do you reward yourself?

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

I need to lose another pound. I am losing weight although slower than I thought I would. I am falling behind on my goals by a couple of weeks and so.... To keep from getting discouraged I would reward myself in the past. I need some ideas. Unfortunately right now the budget is kind of tight so I need to find rewards that do not cost a lot. Any ideas? Thank you so much. I want something that will be in the back of my mind to push me a bit harder if that makes sense...

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    Thank you for the ideas! I like the movie idea but have movies there waiting that I do not watch so that would not work.

    I love the hobby idea but since I have a toddler it is hard to find the time! A spa day is a winner!

    Yes my clothes are big luckily:). I had to get rid of a good amount and will donate them to Women In Distress. I agree with you on not worrying too much about the pounds but at the same time I am looking for a way to measure progress that I can reward myself with
    1553 days ago
    Stop worrying about how many pounds and feel how your clothes feel on your body. Are they getting loose and are they starting to look baggy? Then you are losing weight but also gaining muscles too. They do weight more than fat but make you smaller too.
    1557 days ago
    Maybe reward yourself with some undivided time spent on a hobby you enjoy, time designated for leisure only. Or a home spa day - you can pick up face masks at the drug store for a couple bucks, and if you have a little basin you can fill it with warm water for your feet. Play some nice music and light some nice smelling candles. :)
    1558 days ago
    If you like doing your nails, you could get a new polish. You could rent a movie that you've wanted to see.

    1558 days ago
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