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Non-food Weight Loss Reward Ideas

By Jenny Craig

From birthdays to job promotions and every celebratory moment in between, it seems like all these milestones have a food element associated with them. But consistently indulging in high-calorie foods can lead to weight gain derail your weight loss plans. While reaching milestones along your weight loss journey should be celebrated, part of this journey includes figuring out other weight loss reward ideas that aren't food. So instead of celebrating your weight loss with high-calorie junk food, choose a non-food reward! Here are seven weight loss rewards to put an extra pep in your step and motivate you toward reaching your weight loss goals:

1. Revitalize your wardrobe.

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There is nothing like buying a new pair of jeans when you’ve dropped a size. Celebrate yourself by buying a new article of clothing or workout clothes to wear to the gym. These are some great incentives for weight loss. You can also make room in your closet by donating clothes that are overly baggy.

2. Get your hair styled.

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Whether that means getting a haircut or a blowout, you deserve to pamper yourself for meeting your goals! This great non-food reward can also give you an added boost of confidence.

3. Pamper yourself.

This weight loss reward is relaxing and fun! A massage or a manicure/pedicure are just two ways that you can take an extended amount of time to devote to yourself for some much-needed "me time." You might even catch up on some sleep!

4. Plan a field trip for yourself.

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Celebrate all the hard work you have put into your weight loss journey by planning a field trip for yourself. Your field trip can take any form. Take a walk along a body of water, go window-shopping at your favorite stores or visit a museum. As an added bonus, you'll get your physical activity done for the day-- it's a win-win! 

5. Join a Club.

Find some like-minded individuals who want to celebrate being healthier too. Join a walking or fitness club, book an appointment with a personal trainer, meetup or even exercise your mind by joining a book club. You’ll have fun and it will keep you motivated, inspired, and healthy!

6. Take yourself out on the town.

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Whether it is going to a movie, a concert, or checking out a new art exhibit, you deserve a fun night out for reaching your goal! Take a friend, significant other or family member and enjoy a night to celebrate your healthy lifestyle and weight loss progress.

7. Buy a new item for your home.

Have you been eyeing an amazing sectional couch or a new coffee table? Maybe a piece of art? Now is the time to treat yourself with a new furnishing for your home. Reward your healthy behavior and hard work by indulging in fashionable furniture instead of food!

 

Use these non-food weight loss reward ideas to stay on track to hit your ultimate goal weight and continue on the journey to long-term success. If you’re looking for other weight loss rewards that don't involve food, ask your Jenny Craig program consultant! Visit your local neighborhood Jenny Craig center or meet with your consultant via phone or video chat. Your consultant will happily brainstorm more non-food reward ideas with you. They'll be there to help keep your motivation strong and celebrate your healthy weight loss program milestones with you.

 

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All great suggestions based on “be good to yourself; you deserve it.”Also found that “between-meal” hunger can be successfully conquered with a 1 to 2 mile walk before  next scheduled meal.  A no-cost way to be good to yourself with many benefits.  

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On 10/23/2018 at 10:30 AM, Guest Guest LB said:

All great suggestions based on “be good to yourself; you deserve it.”Also found that “between-meal” hunger can be successfully conquered with a 1 to 2 mile walk before  next scheduled meal.  A no-cost way to be good to yourself with many benefits.  

That's a good idea, LB.  Thank you for sharing!

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