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What would you do to celebrate?

I have 9 lbs left to lose to be at the top of my healthy BMI range (104 - 131 lb range) (http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/guidelines/obesity/bmi_tbl.pdf).

I have no idea how long that is going to take but my question to you is what should I do to celebrate?

What did you do to celebrate? - or what do you plan on doing to celebrate your achieved goal?







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  1. do something that is only totally and completely for you. think about something you really want to do and then do it. no kids, no guy… just you

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  2. I don't know...it's a big deal..but who do you want to celebrate with??? I'd choose my hubby and I'd go somewhere (away) without kids for maybe a nice relaxing weekend!!! Whatever you choose to do...shopping, pampering, relaxing, etc. make sure and spend time reflecting on where you've been, where you are, and where you are going! You've been an amazing inspiration to me and so many others! -mid

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  3. I like both your suggestions! I am going to San Francisco in May so that can count towards my celebrating and doing something just for me by myself to reflect is great too!

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