• Do you mind the pounds? Or do you mind the pennies?

    Okay, I know that saying is about MONEY, not weight.

    Still, here’s an inescapable and broadly applicable fact: There’s a lot of pennies to every pound. If you’re minding the pennies, you’re putting your beady little eye on a lot of pesky little details. 

    If that sounds like fun, don’t let me stop you. But if you’d prefer to count stitches or beats or perhaps not count at all, here’s a win:

    Mind the pounds. Mind the big stuff. Don’t sweat the little things; in fact you could just start by ignoring the details.

    In our world, that looks like doing a couple big things a day, like eating meals. You will see big wins from following one simple principle:

    Have a structure for eating.

    That’s it! Don’t starve, don’t binge, don’t graze, and don't be making a million small decisions about food

    Instead, eat meals (mostly meals built on real food).

    You may benefit from a few additional details, so if you haven’t read my little cheat sheet, please avail yourself. Download it right here; it costs nothing.

    This cheat sheet is going to get an update at the start of the year, but the information is sound right now, and I promise if you have difficulties with food, it will make your life SO MUCH EASIER.

    Next week I will no doubt be back with a longer email that I hope will amuse and delight and inform you.

    But if you never do anything else, putting in place a simple, flexible structure for eating will permanently change your life for the better.

    Okay, that’s the week. It’s also almost the year! Are you thinking about 2019? I have a very useful planner to help with that, and it will be available until the beginning of January. I’ve added a few preview pages for you to download, so feel free to sample them.

Stop bingeing and overeating. Immediately.

Download your free cheat sheet now.