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How many of you have a closet filled with clothing of varying sizes? There may be a size 4 hanging in there from when you got married or those honeymoon shorts you hope to someday fit back into. Next to those might be the 6s and 8s that you wore for many years … before the kids came, that is. And next to those, the 10s, 12s, and 14s, just longing to be worn.
Yet there you stand, staring at your closet, wearing a size 16, and wondering which size is the aberration and which size fits the body you want to live in. Can you picture what you looked like when you wore those clothes? How did you feel about yourself then? What was going on in your life? What was different about your daily routine, compared to now? Were you exercising more often? Were you dining in restaurants less frequently? You may need to dig even deeper and ask yourself whether fitting into a smaller size is something that’s truly important to you—and why. What are the barriers blocking you from losing weight and taking better care of yourself?
While you collect your thoughts and brainstorm ways to get those thinner clothes off the hangers and onto your body, here are a few tips that may inspire you to do a little spring cleaning, no matter what time of year it is: Continue reading
Buds are blooming, sweaters are stashed, and calories are cut. It must be Spring!
This is the time of year when many of us realize that the pecan pie at Thanksgiving, pastries at Christmas and Chanukah, and Valentine’s Day chocolates are still appearing somewhere on our bodies. If even the thought of a pair of shorts or a bathing suit puts you in a cold sweat… this story is for you.
I am here to guide you to a diet that will help you shed pounds without feeling deprived. You won’t need to buy fancy products, your food won’t resemble cardboard, and you won’t feel like you need to lock yourself away until the calendar turns to June. This unique plan is called, “The CS Diet” and here are the rules: Continue reading