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Love Yourself: The Guide on How to Put Yourself Fi&hellip by Bill McDowell
2.0 out of 5 stars Some good advice, 24 July 2014
This book could have been really good but the grammar is so poor it makes it difficult to read & I gave up after the first few chapters. The book's obviously been written by someone whose first language isn't English- nothing wrong with that but it should have been proof read before being published! Shame as it could have been a good read.
How to Stop Caring so Much: My Little Secret to Ac&hellip by Melissa Mayer
Very brief 'book' that is almost a leaflet. The content is very basic, the 'advice' offered amounts to 'don't care what others think', 'don't obsess over your boyfriend' and other school playground advice. If it was free then it wouldn't be so bad, but I paid 1.99 to be given vague advice in bad grammatical sentences. Don't waste your money, just ask your daughter/ friend's daughter for their views on life.
Getting Thin By Tuning In - Follow Your Hunger to &hellip by Zara Neville
I have read many diet books and most recently stumbled upon the idea of intuitive/ mindful eating. However, it's really easy to turn these concepts into another diet by only choosing low fat/low calorie foods or convincing yourself that you're hungry when you're not. This book is excellent as it makes intuitive eating very plain and simple- in terms of weight loss it doesn't matter what you eat, it's how much you eat that counts, and when you look at it in this way and follow the guidelines in this book it is so easy to see that I regularly eat much more than my body really needs.

I am now focussing on waiting for my body to tell me when it's hungry ( far fewer times per day than… Read more

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