Weight Loss Vision Statement

Thursday, June 16, 2016

"Your Vision Statement should tell you why you want to lose weight or get fit, and why the hard work and effort to accomplish your goal is worth it. Your answers to these "why" questions can include some "general" elements (feeling good about yourself, being around for your grandkids, being a good role model, having the career or relationship you really want, etc), but as much as possible, the big picture you paint here should have specific details.".

This is personal, some are embarassing, but I'll be honest here are mine:
-I don't want to have Type 2 Diabetes
-I don't want to dark and bumpy skin from my thighs rubbing together
- I want to look nice in pictures
- I don't want to have a high risk pregnancy with complications b/c I'm overweight
- I want to look beautiful and feel confident on my wedding day
- I want to play with my kids, take them to museums, parks and zoos
- I want to have more friends
- I want to live a long happy life with my fiancee
- I want to have energy for a social life, be involved in PTA, volunteer, go to church, help in the community.

what are yours?
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  • SUAGR0086
    This is a great idea. Mine is to wear a swimsuit or bikini someday, enjoy the beach without worrying about how I look. Learning how to dance, have more energy. Take some glam shots when I reach my goal weight. Feel confident while in a relationship. Being able to fit into all the clothes that I miss. I am also with you on the type two diabetes wanting to prevent, and the volunteering in the community. Look at your list often and keep adding to it! Good luck! emoticon

    1625 days ago
    - I want to live a full life, living healthy, eating right, exercising physically and mentally weekly, all within a community of love and friendship
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