I’m finishing up my first ever ebook. It’s a diet-story book.
Yes, I realize that sounds weird.
But when you’re on a diet, there is a story. And the story is the thing that unveils the truth about why you wanted (or needed) to go on a diet in the first place.
My story surprised me. Matter of fact, I am struggling with whether I have the guts to tell it! The thing that is keeping me focused right now is the fact that maybe you need this … as much as I did.
If you want to lose some weight, then yes, this book’s for you. If you want to eat healthier, again, the book’s for you. But even more important, if you’ve struggled to understand why you make choices that sabotage what you know you should be doing – then this book is for you.
I want you to know that you’re not alone. That this whole food-diet-obsession-contraption doesn’t have to own you. There is a simple way to break the cycle. Not saying it’s easy but it is simple.
And it’s not going to take weeks and weeks to figure out ~ just 21 days. It’s not going to take buying loads of specially prepared foods in pre-packaged boxes. Nope, but it will take some guts. And some honesty. And enough desperation to be willing to change.
If that sounds good, I want to invite you to join Tatum and me the first week in January when a big group of us will start this challenge together. Until then, I’ll be more off my blog than on while I finish up the book and spend time with family.
Much love and peace to you.
The shallow amenities of life, eating and drinking, walking and talking, are ordained by God. Beware of allowing yourself to think that the shallow concerns of life are not ordained by God; they are as much of God as the profound.
We have to live the surface common-sense life in a common-sense way …