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Jun 22, 2012, 8:47am   #16
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hahaha me too but my goal is when i get a new job i will reward myself with the new LV. Finally i got a new job 2 moths ago but there is no LV that I LOVE and I have more condition that now i hv to take public transportation which make it even harder to pick one that will make me feel secure and dont hv to baby the purse that much. However, my DH knew that i hv been really hold up to buy one even i can afford it due to my old job pay just a little and when i carried my back to work my co-worker always ask is that real! so i just stop carried it around work just weekend. So i always told my DH that i will get new one when i get a new pay & better job and I DID. Back to I still cant find the LV that i wanna buy but my DH know that i have been wanted the Eva forever so he got it for me!!! for got a new job and anniversary. sorry for the long story but yeah i will get one soon since i got a new job now :)))))
Jun 22, 2012, 9:04am   #17
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Now losing weight/ being healthier is the best gift to oneself. Getting a new LV is a bonus. I'm so excited for you. Good luck on reaching your goal. See you on your reveal.

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Jun 22, 2012, 9:10am   #18
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Originally Posted by lilangeljb808
alright everyone i am putting myself on a BAN until i lose 40lbs....and when i do im gonna treat myself to a new lv. Hopefully this will help me to lose weight and help my wallet to gain some

Im doing this for a healthier me and i really LVoe lv!
Great idea.

Good luck.
Jun 22, 2012, 10:50am   #19
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Originally Posted by jessicalistic
Everyone needs motivation, so I say good for you. I put myself on a clothing ban once until I lost weight, and it didn't work. But that's because I was fighting the weightloss. It was a chore. My advice to you is find a lifestyle change that makes you happy, not tortures you. Then the weight will stay off. I ate everything I wanted, but only half of what was on the plate, and it worked great. I also never ate things I didn't like. People call it snobby, but I call it selective I haven't gained the 30lbs back in six years, and I still eat the same way.

Good luck and keep us posted!
I agree. I don't eat what I don't like. It's wasted calories!! I lost 40 lbs last year and have maintained by eating "clean" during the week and then cheating on the weekends. When I don't work out, I go for walks. It helps me release stress which keeps me from binging/overeating.

Good luck with your weight loss. YOU CAN DO IT!! We'll all be here waiting for your reveal
Jun 22, 2012, 11:56am   #20
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good luck!! haha I am banned from buying anything luxury now :S
Jun 22, 2012, 2:02pm   #21
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Go for it, great idea!
Jun 22, 2012, 2:10pm   #22
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Originally Posted by jessicalistic
Everyone needs motivation, so I say good for you. I put myself on a clothing ban once until I lost weight, and it didn't work. But that's because I was fighting the weightloss. It was a chore. My advice to you is find a lifestyle change that makes you happy, not tortures you. Then the weight will stay off. I ate everything I wanted, but only half of what was on the plate, and it worked great. I also never ate things I didn't like. People call it snobby, but I call it selective I haven't gained the 30lbs back in six years, and I still eat the same way.

Good luck and keep us posted!
Agree! Good luck on your weightloss! I know you can do it.. I've been telling myself since last year that I wanted to lose weight then I finally motivated myself going back to the gym last month.. It's fun and I already lost 10lbs! So I know you can do it too..
Jun 22, 2012, 2:29pm   #23
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Omg I'm doing this too!! Good luck!! :)
Jun 22, 2012, 2:46pm   #24
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That's a great plan. Good luck and keep your eye on the prize :)
Jun 22, 2012, 2:47pm   #25
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Good luck keep us posted
Jun 22, 2012, 2:54pm   #26
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You are already looking at it the right way...lifestyle change instead of just losing weight. That mindset should help you keep it of rather than just starting a diet. Good luck and can't wait to your new bag!!
Jun 22, 2012, 3:25pm   #27
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Wishing you success in your weight loss..
Jun 22, 2012, 4:44pm   #28
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Thanks everyone for all ur support u TPFers are the best!!

While on the treadmill/eliptical i have an imaginary fishing rod with a louie dangiling in front of me!!!
Jun 22, 2012, 5:52pm   #29
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Originally Posted by jessicalistic
Everyone needs motivation, so I say good for you. I put myself on a clothing ban once until I lost weight, and it didn't work. But that's because I was fighting the weightloss. It was a chore. My advice to you is find a lifestyle change that makes you happy, not tortures you. Then the weight will stay off. I ate everything I wanted, but only half of what was on the plate, and it worked great. I also never ate things I didn't like. People call it snobby, but I call it selective I haven't gained the 30lbs back in six years, and I still eat the same way.

Good luck and keep us posted!
That is great advice. I cannot follow a strict diet. I cheat a bit every day, I maintain by exercising 4x/week. I lose about 1 pound a month (if I lose) but have not gained for the last 4 years.
Jun 26, 2012, 7:13am   #30
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Originally Posted by Mrs Darling

That is great advice. I cannot follow a strict diet. I cheat a bit every day, I maintain by exercising 4x/week. I lose about 1 pound a month (if I lose) but have not gained for the last 4 years.
Nice!

I gave up "working out" (I used to be INSANE) and now simply do yoga twice a week. I can still do a pull-up if needed, and my heart is also going strong, so I guess it's working out.

I have to laugh because my colleagues ask me on a daily basis how I'm not morbidly obese with the amount of cookies I pack in. I must say I honestly think it's the yoga I've turned into a huge yoga recruiter because of it. Ashtanga/vinyasa work wonders, I swear it.
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