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By Jane Wenham-Jones

ISBN-10: 1909520187

ISBN-13: 9781909520189

"As readable as a singular. yet extra importantly, sane and good - and extremely funny."

Marina O'Loughlin

Restaurant Critic

'My BMI is 22, my hip-to-waist ratio passes muster with the clinical career, and given the proper gentle, whilst donning the ideal lingerie, i've got even been known as "slim". A small miracle given my alcohol consumption, dependancy to crisps, and erratic method of workout ...'

Ever began a brand new nutrition and located your self achieving for the wine and chocolate inside of every week? good you can now! Jane Wenham-Jones, best-selling writer and columnist, bargains a hundred pointers on slimming down with out sacrifice.

Quirky yet worthy, enjoyable yet authentic, Jane's procedure is a different mix of daily technological know-how, the best psychological perspective, and common sense techniques, designed to slot in together with your busy lifestyles. With suggestion on "party weeks", dressing to conceal the kilos, and the way to shed weight speedy whilst an immense date looms, Jane deals strategies that paintings the place such a lot diets fail. From consuming a chilli an afternoon to hurry up your metabolism, to doing speedy bursts of workout with fast effects, to easily pondering your self skinnier, those tried-and-tested equipment will see you leaner and more healthy – whereas making an allowance for an everyday repair of the meals you like.

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She wasn’t violent or loud. She just wasn’t . . anything. Every day, Jim would come home from football practice—with Rayna tagging along because after school she didn’t have anything else to do but sit in the bleachers and do her homework. And there Mom would be, parked on the couch, sipping wine and watching Springer. She died from a heart attack while Jim was in Afghanistan. It was yet another example, he told himself, of how he was never around when people really needed him. His little sister picked the casket, planned the funeral, and even spoke at the sparsely attended memorial service.

Donnie said, grinning. “But I’ll tell you what. ” He turned off the ringer on his cell phone and set it down on the nightstand along with the handcuff key. Then he mounted his camera on a tripod, turned on its tiny auxiliary light, and looked at the preview screen again. “Now when I start, I’ll do a few seconds of you trying to yank your hands free. ” “Nothing in the contract says I have to memorize this. And no one’s going to be looking at me, anyway. ” Donnie shuffled through the several pages of typed, single-spaced dialogue.

But so what? Jim stepped back into the hotel and closed the door behind him. This isn’t Afghanistan, he thought, repeating his personal mantra. I’m not responsible for any of the trivial bullshit that happens in this stupid hotel. None of it really matters—and amen to that. Just then his walkie-talkie chirped for attention. Jim pulled it out and toggled it on. ” he said. “Your sister just called. “The voice belonged to Oscar, the security guard who manned the control booth in the hotel garage.

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