Synopses & Reviews
In Sink Reflections
, Marla Cilley -- the FlyLady -- helped hundreds of thousands of her fans combat overwhelming household C.H.A.O.S. (Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome). Taking a "baby-steps" approach, she offered little chores to do every day, to wipe out clutter and feelings of inadequacy. Now, in Body Clutter
, the FlyLady and Leanne Ely, the Dinner Diva and creator of the Saving Dinner
series, team up to teach readers how to handle and erase the clutter they carry on their bodies and minds when it comes to body image.
The FlyLady and Leanne say that it's not about finding the perfect diet, it's about the way you feel about food and your body and understanding sound nutrition. With warm voices, unique lingo, and no preaching, they apply a step-by-step technique, coaching the readers from beginning to end and sharing their own success stories along the way.
"I don't know where this journey through Body Clutter is going to take me next, but I can already tell that it is going to change my life." -- A FlyBaby in Florida
"This book is not just about Body Clutter. . . . It is a miraculous insight to universal issues with almost every aspect of our lives and the clutter we keep." -- A FlyBaby in Utah
"I just needed to say to anyone that doesn't get how Body Clutter connects with housekeeping: It is all about loving yourself! It is all about caring enough to give yourself a happy place to live! It is all about choosing to be alive, happy, and free." -- A FlyBaby in Massachusetts
Outlines recommended techniques that women can use to foster a healthy self-image and informed relationship with food, in a step-by-step reference that features accessible goals, a reassuring approach, and a wealth of success stories. Original. 150,000 first printing.
About the Author
Marla Cilley, aka the FlyLady, is mentor to hundreds of thousands of women around the globe through a mentoring system she started in 1999 on the Internet. The author of Sink Reflections, she lives in North Carolina and can be found online at <>.Leanne Ely, aka the Dinner Diva, is a mentor to families by bringing them back to the dinner table one meal at a time. The author of the Saving Dinner series, she lives in North Carolina and can be found online at <>.
Table of Contents
1. Food: The Ultimate Weapon of Self-Destruction
2. There Is a Cure . . . So Why Is It So Hard?
3. The Hidden, and Not So Hidden, Realities of Body Clutter
4. Excuses, Excuses!
7. Building Your Routines
11. Your Bathroom -- the Scale and the Plumbing
13. The Anger and Fear . . . and Food
14. If You Don't Do It -- Who Will?