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Our Lady of Weight Loss: Miraculous and Motivational Musings from the Patron Saint of Permanent Fat Removal
Our Lady will inspire women everywhere to “lighten up”—in more ways than one!81% (8)
As millions of women can attest, losing weight is hard work, and even the most resolute of dieters often fail. What’s missing from nearly every diet program is the support and humor women need to keep on track and lose those pounds for good. Here, Our Lady of Weight Loss—the patron saint of fat removal—comes to the rescue with miraculous motivation for all!
In this unique book, Our Lady shares her tried-and-true gospel of weight loss guaranteed to lift readers’ spirits and finally make dieting fun. A fat-free, calorie-free, carb-free, guilt-free helping of divine inspiration, Our Lady of Weight Loss is the ultimate cheerleader for women everywhere and the best friend who will keep them on course even when the brownies beckon like a siren. With the help of Our Lady readers will:
• Stay inspired with “motivational musings” and tips
• Curb their cravings and keep their creative appetite satisfied with “pious projects”
• Confess their chocolate or french fry transgressions and move on
• Indulge in healthy and simple “righteous recipes”
Part art object, part craft project, part bedside companion, and part cookbook, Our Lady of Weight Loss is perfect for any woman following a diet program and still searching for her “thinner core.” Quirky and soulful, with gorgeous four-color artwork throughout, this book will keep readers laughing on the rocky road to sveltesville and change their relationship with food forever. BACKCOVER: “Janice Taylor and her alter-ego, Our Lady of Weight Loss, give us just what we need—a lift, a laugh, and, of course, a kick in the tush. Taylor has found a unique way to fuse weight loss with creative expression, and she puts it out there to help others with wit and warmth."
—Jami Bernard, Film Critic, N.Y. Daily News, and author of The Incredible Shrinking Critic
Blog Day 5
Today’s Date: July 15, 2011 I didn’t weigh in this morning so I really don’t know if I am plus or minus for the day weight wise. I know that I am on track with my nutrient counts and that should be all that matters. I am featuring my daughter in today’s blog for many reasons… Much of my decision over the last few years from quitting smoking to losing weight was related to the death of my sister. I remember the day and sadly have many memories that I will never forget. One of them was of me standing outside my sister’s house hugging my daughter and making her a promise. I remember telling her, “I promise, I’ll never make you live through this with me. I’ll never make you watch me die because of something that I could have changed [my weight]”. I miss my daughter, but she inspires me. She reminds me a lot of myself in a lot of ways. I want to be around for her for a very long time, and part of that means that I need to get healthy. We had Starbucks at 5:30 this morning but I only had my coffee, no treats from behind the glass. I have really been learning a lot this week. I am a perfectionist, and that can be a very negative description. But by that I mean that I take what works and makes it better. Then I make that better and so on… it’s the analytical side of me that I was born with. I have maintained a mean plan, but now I’m looking at those foods and which could be replaced for something better. It’s going to be a slow learning curve, but I’m pressing on!28/365 - Fat girl
Today was another hot day and rainy here. As the carnival is coming I had a bikini wax today (okay, not a detail of my life I should share with strangers) and the girl spent the whole time saying "oh, how fat you are! You really need to lose weight!" . Yes, I myself have tired of talking about here that I'm feeling fat, but spend an hour listening to this from a virtually unknown was hard. And during a waxing session, ie, physical and moral torture! I was very upset, ended my day and with the willingness to put bikini on holiday. And I barely took the picture today, because I thought until my knees were too big for a photograph. But for sheer lack of inspiration I ended up making this picture because of a mini challenge. I think this angle does not look like someone people point the street and say, " she is so fat!" Too upset to think in English, so I used the google translator. If it was a little bit confusing, blame the translator.
There’s a voice in the universe calling each of us to remember our purpose—our reason for being here now, in this world of impermanence. The voice whispers, shouts, and sings to us that this experience of being in form, in space and time, knowing life and death, has meaning. The voice is that of inspiration, which is within each and every one of us.Similar posts:
In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer explains how we’ve chosen to enter this world of particles and form. From our place of origin, in ways that we don’t readily comprehend now, we knew what we were coming here to accomplish, and we participated in setting this life process in motion. So why not think this same way? Why put the responsibility or blame on any one or any thing that’s not a part of us? On Earth we have the capacity of volition—we can choose—so let’s assume that we had the same capacity when we resided in the spiritual realm. We chose our physical body, and we chose the parents we needed for the trip. It doesn’t seem too great a stretch to move into the idea that we chose this life in concert with our Source.
Each chapter in this book is filled with specifics for living an inspired life. From a very personal viewpoint, Wayne Dyer offers a blueprint through the world of spirit to inspiration, your ultimate calling.
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