My motivation is not quite so tangible as it's based on putting my head on the pillow every night and feeling pride that I 'got it right today'.
I have pair of thrift store jeans in a size smaller than I'm wearing now folded on the shelf in the closet but that's just in case another 10lbs lost sneaks up on me.
The 'larger' jeans have been ceremoniously tossed and given away with each incremental loss and having to replace 'that size' would certainly be an unpleasant experience if it's related to poor eating choices I make after learning so many good skills these past few months.
However, to give myself a little 'something to look forward to other than the rest of my life' ... I have challenged my oldest grandson to a go-kart smackdown when I lose 100lbs. I really thought that would put us at even weights but learned yesterday I'll still outweigh him by 10lbs (I have 9 to go, he's only 175).
Hopefully my 40+ years of driving experience will balance out the 10lb advantage he'll have over me. That and the fact that I'm going to start force feeding him cookies for the next couple of months
I'm not losing WEIGHT. I'm converting FAT to MUSCLE to be healthier.