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6 x 9 page size
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Calories Don’t Count on the Weekend
by Stephanie Paige
Are you looking for a creative and unique blank lined journal that you can write your thoughts, plans and schedule in?
Look no further then this awesome and unique diet journal! A perfect:
– Fitness Journal
– Weight Loss Notebook
– Dieting Diary
This notebook comes in a 6×9 size with a matte finish. It’s a 108 paged blank lined journal. Check out my other awesome gift journals by clicking my Author Name ‘Stephanie Paige.’
The Drinking Man’s Diet Cookbook
by Robert Cameron
Beware Angry Dieting Person
by Pepper Keen
The Ultimate Meal Planner and Diet Journal Tracker is a 6X9 110 Prompted Fill In Page Diary for: Anyone Losing Weight, Exercising more, or Just Losing Weight as a New Year’s Resolution.
Funny Daily Meal Planner and Diet Tracker Journal Gift
Gift For Her
Gift For Him
Weight Loss Goals
Keto Diet Journal
**Foods i can eat
**Supplements + Vitamins
**and so much more
feel more energetic
feel the difference
gain strength and stamina
Funny My Diet Journal 6X9 Prompted 100 Pages To Fill In Own Information.
The Best Life Diet Revised and Updated
by Bob Greene
What sets Bob apart from all the other experts who claim to have plans that work is that he admits that weight loss is difficult: seventeen years of watching people struggle to lose weight on a seemingly endless string of trendy crash diets, only to backslide and regain the pounds they’ve shed, have taught him that dropping pounds is not simply a numbers game. By acknowledging that it is not simple laziness but a complicated web of social rituals, cultural expectations, and habits that drives people to gain weight, Greene is able to attack the problem of weight loss realistically and offer not a short-lived, quick-fix formula, but a long-term program that accounts for the challenges and constraints of the real world.
Divided into three phases, The Best Life Diet gives you the tools you need to change your life. In each phase, you’ll be asked to reexamine the decisions you make on a daily basis and gradually alter your habits to achieve lasting results. The book also includes easy-to-follow meal plans that make it simple to meet your daily energy and nutrient requirements, whether you are on the run and breakfast means a quick smoothie or you have time to shop for fresh produce and make something special.
You’ll watch the weight disappear as you learn to prepare festive and flavorful dishes like Fire-Roasted Tomato-Shrimp Veracruz, Chicken Sausage Jambalaya, or Flank Steak with Chimichurri Topping and indulge in desserts like Roasted Peaches with Ricotta and Almonds or Apple Rhubarb Walnut Crisp. And for each delicious recipe, there is a detailed nutritional analysis, so you know exactly what you are eating and how it fits into your personal eating plan.
Most important, Bob’s plan doesn’t end once you’ve lost the weight. Instead, it gives you the tools you need to make living your best life second nature, because for Greene, a diet is not something you go “on” or “off” but a set of guidelines that will help you claim the life you deserve.
The Facebook Diet
by Gemini Adams
Award-winning author and artist, Gemini Adams, offers a hilarious look at the most idiotic, embarrassing and cringe-worthy behaviors of our social media excess.
With over 1 billion people now on Facebook (that’s 1 in every 7 of us) and over 30% checking their account before brushing their teeth or hair in the mornings, it seems most can confess to an addictive Facebook habit; whether it’s stalking an ex, faking bathroom breaks to read news, checking-in wherever they go, or art-directing photo’s for the perfect profile pic.
Packed with funny digital detox tips that gently ‘poke’ at readers to examine the health of their high-tech habits and unplug once in a while, this laugh-out-loud gift book is guaranteed to bring a smile of recognition to Facebook junkies everywhere!
The Flying McCoys
by Glenn McCoy
This zany strip enters the comic-collection scene with circus-like zeal. All that’s missing is a parade of elephants and a clown-car escort.
Gary and Glenn McCoy’s delightfully absurd comic panel blends superheroes, office humor, huggable animals, and twisted relationships in a bizarre marriage of Gary Larson, the New Yorker, Conan O’Brien, and Mad Magazine. Put succinctly, the brothers McCoy present “comics for a bold new world.”
Creating a world where greeting cards heal hospital patients, police officers pull over children driving bumper cars, babies use the patch to quell the pacifier habit, and nudists find out what constitutes a streaker in their colony, the St. Louis area natives alternate writing and drawing duties for the daily panel.
The brothers each have been nominated for multiple National Cartoonists Society awards, and Glenn has won in three categories. Gary McCoy’s past as a comedian (he won HBO’s Stand-Up Stand-Off contest for the St. Louis area in 1995) also shines through in the strip’s offbeat humor.
Their impressive freelance client list reads like a who’s who in cartooning: Disney, DreamWorks, and Hyperion, to name just a few.