Every year I used to lose the same 10 or 15 pounds every summer, only to gain them back by Thanksgiving. One year I wondered if it was the cookies. My husband said, "Duh." On a whim I made him a bet: I would only bake the cookies, not wear them on my hips.
The number that the scale registers has absolutely no reflection on who you are as a person. And, like me, you just might find that paying attention to other indicators proves to be a healthier -- and happier -- way to track your fabulosity.
Rather than worrying about the minutiae of your diet plan, like whether you should be on low carb or high carb, Mediterranean or Okinawan, I propose that if you focus on these 8 issues, you'll start getting more lasting results.
With the holidays upon us, we are tempted at every turn. Changing your attitude about nourishing the machine that is your body is key to maintaining a balanced approach to enjoying your healthy practices.
Since I want everyone to have terrific sex, I keep publishing books in the hopes that I'll reach some people and get them to pay attention. Because the one secret to having great sex is to pay attention to your sex life.