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Does This Clutter Make My Butt Look Fat?: An Easy Plan for Losing Weight and Living More

Does This Clutter Make My Butt Look Fat?: An Easy Plan for Losing Weight and Living More - Peter Walsh Visualize it, deal with it, do it.1. The life you want. Think about your life, what it looks like today, and how you want it to be in the future. Instead of picking a weigh goal and focusing on the scale, you'll translate your ideal weight into tangible goals -- how you want to feel and what you want to do. Establish goals for your ideal body. Estimate your TV-watching time per year. Stop watching TV for a month. Stop multitasking for a week.2. The emotions you confront. For most of us there is an emotional component to overeating. Identify triggers that lead to overeating. Try a new kind of food journal - track the triggers that lead to overeating. Find healthy substitutions. Adopt a secret food role model -- what I admire about this person, what I want to imitate.3. The home where you live. -- Read his book It's All too much. 4. The kitchen you create.Start with a decluttered home. Define your vision for your kitchen. Discover the truth about your kitchen. Divide the kitchen into zones. Quick purpose and deep clean your kitchen. Rethink your pantry. 5. The food you stock. Take the Are You a Planner? quiz. List what you know about the foods you eat. Create a menu for next week. Get rid of any "yesterday" foods in your home. Shop with a list. Assess: did all go according to plan?6. The meals you prepare. Decide what you want from a meal. List the changes you'd like to make with mealtimes in your home. Discuss with your partner/family what you want from your meals. Plan foods to cook in advance. Balance your lunches. Banish takeout. Listen to your mother. 7. The life you live. Everything is connected. Exercise for the life you want. Live your life. Step it up. Make your exercise plan fit the time you have. 8. The challenges you face. Identify the triggers that lead to overeating. Take the Know Your Weaknesses quiz. Know the events that lead to your overeating. Eliminate fast food. List ways to increase your level of physical activity. Maintain your food journal. Find your healthy substitutions. 9. The success you enjoy. Stick with it.