• book

From the Publisher

In Sink Reflections, Marla Cilley -- the FlyLady -- helped hundreds of thousands of her fans combat overwhelming household C.H.A.O.S. (Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome). Taking a "baby-steps" approach, she offered little chores to do every day, to wipe out clutter and feelings of inadequacy. Now, in Body Clutter, the FlyLady and Leanne Ely, the Dinner Diva and creator of the Saving Dinner series, team up to teach readers how to handle and erase the clutter they carry on their bodies and minds when it comes to body image.

The FlyLady and Leanne say that it's not about finding the perfect diet, it's about the way you feel about food and your body and understanding sound nutrition. With warm voices, unique lingo, and no preaching, they apply a step-by-step technique, coaching the readers from beginning to end and sharing their own success stories along the way.

Topics: Weight Loss, Body Image, Exercise, Diets, Healthy Habits, Heartfelt, Happiness, Prescriptive, Guides, and Inspirational

Published: Touchstone on
ISBN: 9781416548409
List price: $5.99
Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
Availability for Body Clutter: Love Your Body, Love Yourself
With a 30 day free trial you can read online for free
  1. This book can be read on up to 6 mobile devices.

Related Articles

TIME
10 min read

The New Science of Exercise

Ever since high school, Dr. Mark Tarnopolsky has blurred the line between jock and nerd. After working out every morning and doing 200 push-ups, he runs three miles to his lab at McMaster University in Ontario. When he was younger, Tarnopolsky dreamed of becoming a gym teacher. But now, in his backup career as a genetic metabolic neurologist, he’s determined to prove that exercise can be used as medicine for even the sickest patients. “People would always say to me, ‘Exercise? Come on. Scientifically, you can’t come up with a mechanism, so it’s a complete waste of time,’ ” Tarnopolsky says. “
NPR
5 min read

New Businesses Give Restaurant Workers The Tips They Ache For: Wellness

Casey Raub can easily deadlift over 100 pounds — not thanks to the gym, but from his work as a bartender at ever-packed Brooklyn brunch hotspot Five Leaves. He regularly hoists heavy boxes of liquor and massive buckets of ice for an endless stream of gin gimlets and grapefruit margaritas. But after three years in the industry, Raub, 35, found that his back pain had compounded. While pouring a coffee for a customer named Dy Elise, he mentioned his chronic pain to her. Elise, owner of a nearby wellness center called Human@Ease, encouraged him to come in for a rehabilitative workout focusing on h
Popular Science
1 min read
Nutrition

This Digital Body Analyzer Lets You Measure Body Fat And Muscle Mass At Home

Losing weight is an imprecise science, but detailed measurements can help you reach your goals. The Digital Body Analyzer looks like your regular bathroom scales, but this smart device can measure many key fitness metrics. Stack Commerce Losing weight is an imprecise science, but detailed measurements can help you reach your goals. The Digital Body Analyzer looks like your regular bathroom scales, but this smart device can measure many key fitness metrics. Right now, the Analyzer is $45.99 via the Popular Science Shop. Everyone knows that working out is essential for staying in shape. But as m