Some would say that our collective self image is warped by our constant barrage of media insisting that being thin is in. Congratulations Valerie Bertinelli and Marie Osmond, you've made me feel guilty for that last bag of Cheetos! Your Perfect Fit sounds like it's not trying to get you runway emancipated, but merely happy with who you are, at least according to Rachel, over on the aptly named Words by Rachel. Here's some of her words, followed by a challenge!
By the time I made it to the first chapter (and, can I say they do a great job at naming the chapters! Bringing Sexy Back, No Butts About It), I was releaved to read that this book really was about finding my perfect fit - not Naomi Campbell’s, Eva Longoria’s or Jennifer Lopez’s (although they look good too), but mine.
Now, I’m going to put this book to the ultimate test. I’m doing exactly what they’re telling me to do chapter 1. I’m Getting Started and I’m going to blog for the next two weeks as I put Ashley’s two-week S.O.S. plan to the test
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (December 5, 2007)
- ISBN-10: 0071502718
- ISBN-13: 978-0071502719