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Change the way you think about food with Bethenny Frankel’s “Naturally, Thin”

Naturally, Thin. It’s a book that has changed the way I think about eating. Oh sure, there are millions (I’d guess) books out there on eating healthy. Some use the dreaded word diet. Some tell you exactly what you should eat and when-no matter who you are or what you fancy.

So much of what Bethenny had to say in A Place of Yes had me thinking differently about life and business. So just days after reading that book, I knew I had to get my hands on Naturally, Thin. At that point, I’d just seen a handful of episodes of her in The Real Housewives of New York City and Trina had got me started on Bethenny Ever After. Yet all of a sudden, this woman’s words were a constant in my head. Finally, guiding me down a road that made sense.

I have learned so much from Naturally, Thin and have been practicing it for just a few weeks. And I’m still excited about it! And isn’t it true that most of us bore of a certain food craze after the first couple of weeks? That’s why Naturally, Thin is different. It’s not a craze. It’s not a diet. It’s not something you do just to lose weight. It’s not even like Weight Watchers which I liked a lot, but you had to count points. This makes sense. This is real. This is what living without obsessing is all about!

Did I mention Trina is loving this as much as I?!! She’s on board this crazy awesome train!

If we were to write a blog post all about what we’ve learned, it’d be our next book. That’s how much we have to say about it. And since we’re so busy getting ready to launch Must. Have.Wine., we figured the best way we could share what we’ve learned with other mommies out there, is to give you daily tips from her book and how it’s worked for us. On Twitter, you’ll see these special tweets marked with the #naturallythin followed by #tips. Once a day, ladies, we will share with you the greatness that we’ve learned from what I’d personally like to call her, my next Oprah. I just can’t stop learning from this sassy brunette! So please check in with us daily on Twitter to learn something new about how you can “banish Heavy Habits, embrace Thin Thoughts, and enjoy satisfying meals, snacks and drink without the guilt.”

Because we’ve already got enough guilt as moms, don’t ya think!



p.s. I swear I’m not getting paid for this promo 😉

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