Balance Your Life, Balance the Scale: Ditch Dieting, Amp Up Your Energy, Feel Amazing, and Release the Weight
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"Balance is...one of the essential ingredients to a happy, healthy life. Jennifer Tuma-Young's book simplifies the balance conundrum that so many of us are in, and contains all the secrets, tips, and inspiration needed to live a life in balance!"
--Marta Tracy, Creator of The Style Network and an original founder of E!
A lifestyle coach who has been named one of "America's Ultimate Experts" by Woman's World magazine, Jennifer Tuma-Young has created program. Balance Your Life, Balance the Scale is a must-read book for anybody who has ever felt challenges with self worth, weight, dieting, stress, and life in general. Tuma-Young's simple, soulful approach offers 14 powerful techniques that help you find balance, embrace life, and be the magnificently made human being you were born to be!
brain dumping as well as some great ways to empty your mind of clutter. We’ve also looked at the benefits of breathing deeply and mindfully. The activities I suggested include: Do a free-form brain dump to move worrisome thoughts from your brain to your B.A.L.A.N.C.E. Journal. Do an exercise that will help you center your focus on your strengths, your abilities, and your past successes to discover your strongest self. Use what you’ve learned in your brain dump to create a revived life vision
love, to ignore the numbers on the bathroom scale, and to change the way you think about controlling your weight. And, unlike most books about weight, we won’t be spending tons of time talking about what to eat. Instead, you’ll learn about balance, which will help you kick dieting and self-loathing to the curb. Listen, I know what you’re thinking: Balance, schmalance. You don’t care about balance. You just want to get rid of some extra pounds and fit into the jeans you wore five years ago. I
television show features: a. Stories about real people b. How things are made c. People creating something from scratch (food, clothes, songs) d. I don’t watch TV 3. My favorite subject in school is/was: a. Literature b. Math and/or science c. Arts and crafts d. Philosophy 4. I send birthday greetings with a: a. Handwritten message inside a store-bought card via snail mail b. Computer message, usually an e-card or typed via email c. Homemade birthday card created from scratch
create special ring tones for expected/emergency calls. Take a random drive to the beach, the mountains, or a park and watch the sun set or rise. To Sparkle While Shopping Let someone with just one item skip ahead of you and your cart full of groceries at the checkout line. Ask the mother with her hands full if she needs help opening the car door. Put your shopping cart back where it belongs. If you see an item in the wrong section, return it to its proper place. Buy the person in line
working with you on this book, and I miss our regular chats!! To my brilliant editor at Harper, Nancy Hancock, you can’t imagine the impact working with you has had on my life. I have learned so much from you, and I am honored that you chose this book. Thank you for letting me “be me,” listening, questioning, setting the bar high, and pushing me to reach it so we could provide a truly helpful tool, and always (beyond) lifting me up in your highest regard! Every writer needs a mentor like