The Skinny: How to Fit Into Your Little Black Dress Forever

The Skinny How to Fit Into Your Little Black Dress Forever Eat what you love and love how you look Let the girls show you how it s done If your two favorite girlfriends wrote a hilarious insightful book about how to look and feel fabulous without denying you

  • Title: The Skinny: How to Fit Into Your Little Black Dress Forever
  • Author: Melissa Clark Robin Aronson Darwin Deen
  • ISBN: 9780696232428
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Eat what you love and love how you look Let the girls show you how it s done.If your two favorite girlfriends wrote a hilarious, insightful book about how to look and feel fabulous without denying yourself the pleasure of great food, it would look just like this The authors bring their unique perspectives girl about town and mother of twins to show how, whatever your lEat what you love and love how you look Let the girls show you how it s done.If your two favorite girlfriends wrote a hilarious, insightful book about how to look and feel fabulous without denying yourself the pleasure of great food, it would look just like this The authors bring their unique perspectives girl about town and mother of twins to show how, whatever your lifestyle, you can balance eating smart and eating rich, and still look amazing in that little black dress No strict rules, no boring talk about glycemic index, just savvy advice, complete meal plans, and than 75 amazing recipes, plus an emergencies only The Little Black Dress Diet how to eat when you absolutely must fit into your dress by the weekend.

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    565 thoughts on “The Skinny: How to Fit Into Your Little Black Dress Forever

    • Before reading this book I already knew what I needed to do to be successful with my weight loss/body improvement efforts, but I always have had issues with just HOW to do it especially with my busy busy schedule. This book has been very helpful in showing me how to do it - it's all about the method - and since living on "The Skinny" I've lost 6 lbs and counting.FYI: Although the book is called "The Skinny" the authors make it quite clear that they are not trying to push anyone to be skinny, lit [...]




    • I'll start by saying that I love Melissa Clark's cookbooks, and her NYT recipes. Love, love, love. So I was looking forward to this book. I was quite disappointed. The main problem? Clark and her friend eat out at restaurants a LOT, so they recommend picking the thing on the plate you like the most, eat it, and only take a bite or two of the other things. Sounds reasonable. But. There is no mention whatsoever of taking the leftover food home. Nope, it gets discarded. There is something truly hor [...]


    • The tone of this book was great - two women who love food, work in the food and publishing industry dish on how they stay thin. And guess what, they exercise and eat less! While it's nothing radical, it's a good, chatty pep talk if you're looking to trim down. One of them does skip meals before special occasions, and I don't think that all of their advice would pass muster with a dietician or doctor, but it's like getting diet tips from two foodie friends.The recipes are good, though Clark doesn [...]


    • 3.5 starsLike any self help diet book you better brace yourself for the same old song and dance of "eating more fruits and veggies, portion control and more than 3 meals a day." This book goes beyond these concepts in that it suggests ways to do this in an easy one step at a time non-overwhelming manner. And it's all done without abusing the self esteem or questioning the intelligence of the reader with insults and unnecessary name-calling, like the authors of Skinny Bitch. Plus it's filled with [...]


    • Holy cow! If I eat "less" calories, I can LOSE WEIGHT?! Shut right up. Not to mention I should eat more fruits and veggies!! Sorry. I plan on eating A WHOLE ENTREE when I go out to eat. Is there some rash going around I should be aware of, this "don't ever eat a whole meal" epidemic? PLEASE!!! Their version of "eat whatever you want!!" is eat maybe 2 fries of your side of fries, a slurp of a milkshake (NOT AT THE SAME MEAL!!! heaven forbid!), and never EVER a whole dessert of anything. Why did I [...]


    • I liked this book because it felt friendly in tone, like these were people who had walked down the emotional eating road before, and they had some stuff that worked, and they wanted to share their info with you. Half the book is recipes, which I probably won't make, but the other half is really good, albeit common sense, advice on eating. Eat what you want, nothing is forbidden, but just don't eat a ton of it. Eat fruits and veggies a lot more than you do now. Don't wig about that extra cookie, [...]


    • This was a fun book. Mostly it's an outlook - anyone who has dieted already (or can do basic math) knows that the if you eat fewer calories than you burn in a day, you will lose weight. It's not rocket science. Also, Eat More Fruits and Vegetables makes sense. What's nice is that this isn't a diet - it's just motivating. Take what you do every day, cut your portions down, add some exercise, and forgo the extra cookie (note the word extra - you still get your cookie). So I enjoyed it. Several of [...]


    • Eh. Just OK. I'm definitely not the target audience, but that's fine. I agree with some of the basic tenets as especially liked their insistence on truly enjoying your food- never eat on the run, always sit and eat w/ a placemat, napkin etc. But damn, these ladies do NOT eat a lot of calories. I'm way to active to get by on 4-5 MOUTHFULS of an entree. No way. Plus, I really don't need any "tricks" to make it look like I ate more of something than I did. Certainly a very fast read, with a few goo [...]


    • Useful: ?Recipes: ?Writing: 3/5Here is the basic message: Eat whatever you want. If what you want is good for you, eat a lot of it. If what you want is not good for you, have a little bit and move on to things that are good for you. The message is repeated in slightly different ways for many pages. Reading the book is like listening to a friend who talks a lot and both repeats and interrupts herself a lot. Maybe all of that repetition is required to make the mantra a part of your life I'll have [...]


    • I put this in the "cookbooks" category just because it has recipes in it, but it's not really a cookbook. That said, the recipes were a little high-brow for me. I'm a simple gal and a lot of the ingredients were too "grown up" for me. I mean, Lawry's is about as spicy as I get.The actual content of the book wasn't anything I hadn't heard before: eat mindfully, don't eat in front of the tv, etc but it doesn't hurt to hear a reminder. This was more of a skim than an actual read.


    • Not a radical diet, and this book isn't filled with exercise tips or calorie counting drills. Just a basic way to approach eating -including the things you love- in a sensible way that allows one to maintain a healthy weight, and a non-soul-destroying way to lose weight (when combined with exercise, of course; this isn't a magic bullet).


    • Just meh. The authors don't really give any life-changing advice, and it all seems somewhat amateur. All of the tips they give are basically common sense, so I haven't really gleaned anything new. I'm only about halfway through, so maybe it'll get better? I'm looking forward to the recipes they have included.I finished the book and it still didn't have any inspiring advice. Do not recommend.


    • gives simple useful advice that can be outlined in a couple of lines:Be selective of what you eat, only eat when hungry and the thing you really want to eat and train to eat a sufficiently smallest portion of food you need. Exercise regularly and enjoy life.It explain the outline above in detail in a sassy fashion.


    • this book was helpful to me by giving me a healthier way of thinking about food. which was just what i needed when i picked it up. it is sensible and written with a lot of fun and examples. in practicality, i need a few more guide lines than it provides, but still refer back to it occasionally for perspective.


    • This was an easy read but I didn't learn anything new that I already knew except the easy, yummy recipes in the back. It's a good reminder book and entertaining to read more than once. I think what I liked about it was the practical advice: eat vegetables, be conscious of your portions, etc. If you want to lose wait the steps are intuitive. This is a good read to remind and reinforce.


    • There were a few recipes that sounded good, so I wrote those down, but overall this book basically reiterates everything you have already heard about easy changes you can make in your diet to start your path to being healthier. For me, it was all the same stuff I have already heard or have already read in fitness magazines.


    • I actually enjoyed this book, and I am going to take a lot of the advice that they give. It's nice to know that there are other ways to diet without depriving yourself. The book actually has it's funny moments, I thought it was great book, no complaints.


    • This book really was just ok. It's an easy read, and I like the down-to-earth language. No earth-shattering tips in here, just an encouragement to enjoy your food, and know when enough is enough. Blah. I want more chocolate :)


    • This book has some GREAT tips on being able to keep your figure but not feel like you're depriving yourself. It's all about moderation and I couldn't agree more! You can live a healthy lifestyle and still eat that cookie! Maybe just one though and not fourteen ;0)


    • I picked up a few good recipes and tips here and there with this book. An easy read with cool color and graphics throughout. All the side notes and quotes make this perfect for the ADD generation, who like snippets of information as opposed to text-heavy pages.


    • OK, I'm admitting I read this. At first, I didn't understand what the authors were suggesting, but then I realized the book is just a bunch of games you play with yourself to control your eating. The best thing about this book is all the recipes in the back I'll definitely try making some!


    • This wasn't the most helpful book but it was a really fun and easy read. The recipes in the back weren't anything I would eat tho.


    • Awesome! Some minor swearing at times but a great book! Really helps educate you on portion sizes and keys to losing weight through what you eat!



    • This book really helped get me into shape -- mentally and physically -- back in 2007. I just picked it up again to reread, because things have definitely changed since I had my children.


    • Great book all about trying to eat better stay in shape and still look hot in that skinny black dress do u have one?




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