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1/3/14 11:44 P

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EVER-HOPEFUL - emoticon for this emoticon Challenge !

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1/2/14 4:02 P

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well bev it is your more jar and it is up to you how much you add to it everyday.i forgot to write on the original post it might be an idea to also put the date on it especially the outstanding NSV so when you take the paper out to reread you can remember the exact day and time.can help better with the revisulisation of it.

karen,germany

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if at first you don��t succeed,try try again.

heaviest weight-330lbs
start weight sp-270.4lbs
goal weight-155lbs

if i was worth my weight in gold i would be a millionair.my riches are measured by other standards and are worth far more than any gold.

we cant become what we need by remaining what we are.

Fear less, hope more; Eat less,


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1/2/14 3:35 P

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What a great idea !
I definitely want MORE !

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1/1/14 4:31 A

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What is the MORE Jar?

MORE stands for Motivating, Outstanding, Rewarding and Encouraging.

Find yourself a jar that you can fill with this year's MORE items --

Each day, pick one of the MORE items and add something to your jar:

MOTIVATING: motivational quotes, a picture that motivated you, a task you completed that motivates you to do something even bigger, a quick note about how you kept your motivation that day, etc. Anything you find motivating.

OUTSTANDING: A slip of paper with something outstanding that you accomplished that day. A mini-goal that was met. A new experience you tried. A great new healthy recipe. Dropping a pant size when you went shopping. Anything you did that was outstanding.

REWARDING: Reward yourself. With a note of praise. Perhaps a $ for each pound lost to go towards that new top you want. Tickets for a future event. Gift card to your favorite gardening store. Use your imagination. If the reward doesn't fit in your jar, slip a note in there explaining what your reward was and the goal you met.

ENCOURAGING: Finding it hard to think of something positive (although if you think enough, you should be able to come up with at least 1 positive!) then slip something in your jar that encourages you to do better. Maybe even a new mini-goal or daily challenge to get you back on track.


Make it a goal to add something every day. Then when you feel you are struggling, or as a fun thing to do at the end of the year, go through your jar and pull out items. You will be surprised how much those MORE items will bolster you and increase your positive outlook and self-esteem.

Feel free to share some of your MORE jar items with the team to help motivate each other.



karen,germany

blc fbi novice

if at first you don��t succeed,try try again.

heaviest weight-330lbs
start weight sp-270.4lbs
goal weight-155lbs

if i was worth my weight in gold i would be a millionair.my riches are measured by other standards and are worth far more than any gold.

we cant become what we need by remaining what we are.

Fear less, hope more; Eat less,


 Pounds lost: 312.0 
0
96.25
192.5
288.75
385
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