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When You Eat at the Refrigerator, Pull Up a Chair: 50 Ways to Feel Thin, Gorgeous, and Happy (When You Feel Anything But)


When You Eat at the Refrigerator, Pull Up a Chair: 50 Ways to Feel Thin, Gorgeous, and Happy (When You Feel Anything But)



From the bestselling author of Women Food and God!
Geneen Roth's pioneering books were among the first to link emotional eating and perpetual dieting with deeply personal issues that go far beyond weight and body image. In When You Eat at the Refridgerator, Pull Up a Chair, Roth tackles the secret ways in which we undermine our best intentions. She shows us fifty simple, effective ways to feel gorgeous and powerful no matter what— in chapters such as:
Learn to Recognize a Fat-and-Ugly Attack
Retail Therapy is as Important as the Other Kind
Carry a Chunk of Chocolate Everywhere
Remember that Thin People Have Cellulite, Get Old, and Die
— and much more
When You Eat at the Refridgerator, Pull Up a Chair is the book for anyone who has ever had a second thought about their body appearance or weight.

Geneen Roth estimates that she's gained and lost more than 1,000 pounds during her life. That makes her uniquely qualified to write this, her sixth book, which delivers exactly what its subtitle indicates: 50 Ways to Feel Thin, Gorgeous, and Happy (When You Feel Anything But). It's sure to appeal to her considerable cult of readers who've bought her other feel-good, anti-diet books including the bestselling When Food Is Love: Exploring the Relationship Between Eating and Intimacy and Why Weight?: A Guide to Ending Compulsive Eating. It's for the estimated 25 million women in America alone who are on diets; for those who find that they're never happy because they delay gratification ("I'll be happy when I lose 10 pounds"), and those who punish themselves for eating one too many chocolate chip cookies.
Roth's advice is simple, but often beyond the realm of thinking of someone obsessed with calorie counting. She recommends that you eat at least one hot meal every day, as a slice of hot pizza will make you feel more full than a cold and cardboardy one will; that you should do one "exquisitely kind" thing for yourself every day, be it buying new underwear or taking a sledgehammer to your scale; and that you should "separate the desire to be thin from the desire to be cherished." She also gives straight diet advice that can't be found in publications along the lines of Cosmo: "Too much fat makes you fat. But too little makes you fat, too, because you usually make up for eating nonfat foods by eating twice as much. I suggest you allow yourself to eat enough fat to feel full. Part of the reason that many of us feel as if we could start eating at one end of our kitchens and chomp our way clear across the United States is that we never give ourselves permission to feel full without feeling guilty, to eat enough fat when it's not on a binge." Amen. --Erica Jorgensen

From the bestselling author of Women Food and God!
Geneen Roth's pioneering books were among the first to link emotional eating and perpetual dieting with deeply personal issues that go far beyond weight and body image. In When You Eat at the Refridgerator, Pull Up a Chair, Roth tackles the secret ways in which we undermine our best intentions. She shows us fifty simple, effective ways to feel gorgeous and powerful no matter what— in chapters such as:
Learn to Recognize a Fat-and-Ugly Attack
Retail Therapy is as Important as the Other Kind
Carry a Chunk of Chocolate Everywhere
Remember that Thin People Have Cellulite, Get Old, and Die
— and much more
When You Eat at the Refridgerator, Pull Up a Chair is the book for anyone who has ever had a second thought about their body appearance or weight.










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I used to say that at my home, there is more books in the libraries than food inside the refrigerator...

I eat books! I could say...

These are some of my favorites... willbur smith's adventures... and other stuff...












the refrigerator right now




the refrigerator right now





absolutely every item in this refrigerator is going to be used for something this week.

this might be one of the first times that nothing will be wasted.









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BBB (Blah, Blah, Blah) Magnetic Refrigerator Notepad






Have you ever noticed lately that everything is getting smaller? From t-shirts, to swimsuits, to cell phones... even conversations!

BBA- Baby Boomer Abbreviations are for those of us who are learning a new art called texting-entire sentences spelled out with teeny tiny acronyms. BIMD (back in my day) we called it short hand!

This "Baby Boomer Abbreviations BBB (Blah, Blah, Blah)" design in black and white is attractive and functional. Mounted with a powerful magnet-back, it can secure to your fridge or a metal object and allows you to jot your grocery list, honey-do list or reminder notes. Comes with a standard black pencil (also magnet-backed) and measures 2.75" by 9.5".

Our Wellspring BBB (Blah, Blah, Blah) magnet note pad makes a great thank you gift or stocking stuffer. Buy one for a friend and one for your home!

The Wellspring Gift Story
In 1980, Joanne van Roden wrote her first cookbook, Favorite Seafood Recipes. With her husband, Al, she loaded their station wagon with books and hit the road, calling on gift shops up and down the east coast. The original "warehouse" was a small barn on the van Roden's farm in Pennsylvania. Joanne wrote the books and Al wrote the orders. When there was an order to ship, Joanne would put a red potted geranium in the barn window to signal the delivery truck to stop and pick up.
Today, Wellspring continues the tradition of designing and manufacturing stationery products that bring art and function to everyday life.

BBA (Baby Boomer Abbreviations) BBB (Blah, Blah, Blah) Magnetic Refrigerator Note Pad with Pencil is made in the U.S.A.










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