Visit Janice Taylor's site, and sign up for the "Kick in the Tush" club. You'll receive a helpful email each week full of humor, tips, advice, and healthy recipes to try. Her cheerfulness is definitely helping me shed pounds!View Thread
I'm a voracious reader, but for whatever reason I've never really read any self help books dealing with weight loss or emotional eating. I bought a couple of them on a whim, and LOVED them. There are so many good tidbits of info in these types of books, and such a refreshing amount of honesty. Obviously something is clicking in my brain, because in the last couple of weeks I've been inspired to frequent the gym and take my dog on plenty of long walks. I ordered several more of these kinds of books from Amazon... so that list may have to be revised pretty soon.View Thread
I've read all of these in the past couple of weeks, and they have really been changing my outlook on myself and my weight issues. I have given a couple of these books to friends who are also enjoying them. Just thought some of you folks might be interested!View Thread
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