Non- food rewards

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Posted: 24 Feb 2013, 10:12
I like to do nice things but i dont consider it a reward as such for something that is in essence a reward in itself , being fitter, trimmer and healthier etc

however getting new clothes that are so much smaller than i used to wear is an ongoing buzz,the most unusual thing is my shoe size has also reduced by over a size so i have had to buy some new ones.

i have kept some of my old trousers as a reminder of where i dont want to go again and to remind me of where i have been

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Posted: 25 Feb 2013, 01:54
I had a LOT of weight to lose. So I set myself a goal. When I reached my goal, I would buy the dream bass guitar that I always wanted. I'm proud to say that I play it every day, and it's a motivator. Every time I play it, I do think about the journey to get it, and it does keep me motivated to get down in weight again. It's pretty cool actually.

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Posted: 02 Mar 2013, 10:50
good ideas
all i can put the stars up right here next to my computer

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