It’s that time of year when ALL over the place (social media especially) you see people trying to help you get ready for summer. Most people’s New Year’s resolutions to lose weight have probably fallen by the wayside and we’ve all most likely settled back into normal life and habits again. But here comes[…]
If you are a woman and you’ve so much as been alive for the past several years, you will most certainly have come across some sort of diet and health advice. Maybe you’ve tried a program, purchased a book, joined a fitness bootcamp, read a blog post, or done a Google search on “how to lose weight” or “diets that work.” If you have a pulse, chances are pretty high you’re being exposed to a constant barrage of ads and ideas for how to improve your body, eat better, lose weight, and look good.
So why in the world would I want to throw my hat in the ring? What made me decide that despite all the chaos and noise of nutritionists and personal trainers and experts marketing this and that and the other program, that I still had something to say? What makes me different? Why am I even here? And that’s what I want to tell you today. I want to tell you my WHY.
After forgetting to do a February book post, March just flew by…and I still didn’t get to it. So I’m late, but I’m doing it anyway! For the few people who might be interested in my book list, I’ll post them here at the end of every month. This list of 16 books has a few awesome ones, some decent ones, and a few I didn’t like.