THE FAT BAG stuck between a rock cake & a hard plaice

THE FAT BAG stuck between a rock cake & a hard plaice

THE FAT BAG stuck between a rock cake & a hard plaice [Download] ➾ THE FAT BAG stuck between a rock cake & a hard plaice By Pearl Barley – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A humorous look at one person s efforts to get with the programme and lose those excess pounds What are the typical stumbling blocks Where do I acquire that elusive willpower Why is my attitude to foo A BAG stuck between a PDF/EPUB or humorous look at BAG stuck PDF É one person s efforts to get with the programme and lose those excess pounds What are the typical stumbling blocks THE FAT PDF \ Where do I acquire that elusive willpower Why is my attitude to food my biggest weakness Are there psychological undertones to my lifelong struggleor There FAT BAG stuck MOBI ô are no quick fixes in this book, no advice and no miracle cures, just me Pearl Barley telling a tale that flows from the sublime to the ridiculous Laugh along to an issue we can all relate to.


10 thoughts on “THE FAT BAG stuck between a rock cake & a hard plaice

  1. mountainmama mountainmama says:

    Pearl Barley has written a very humorous account of her battle of the bulge, and as is the case with most dieters, it s an ongoing struggle, not just to take the weight off, but to keep it off She describes perfectly the ups and downs associated with the process the joy of losing weight and being proud of your accomplishments, and the agony of defeat when you slip back into old habits and re gain the poundage Anyone who has ever dieted will recognize themselves on these pages and will be abl Pearl Barley has written a very humorous account of her battle of the bulge, and as is the case with most dieters, it s an ongoing struggle, not just to take the weight off, but to keep it off She describes perfectly the ups and downs associated with the process the joy of losing weight and being proud of your accomplishments, and the agony of defeat when you slip back into old habits and re gain the poundage Anyone who has ever dieted will recognize themselves on these pages and will be able to relate completely to the process.Using a dry sarcastic wit that I find hilarious, Ms Barley has told her tale showing both the ridiculous and serious sides of yo yo dieting The British terms sprinkled liberally throughout the book also add greatly to the charm of the story Good job, Ms Barley And good luck with the next diet


  2. Mike Cyra Mike Cyra says:

    Reading Pearl Barley s book is like having a conversation with your wise and hilarious best friend Anyone who has battled the ups and downs of The Bulge will relate to this book at last count, that was most of America This book is informative without any pushy advice, quick fix commercials, or hard sell hype Pearl s honesty is inspiring and hilarious Did I mention that she s funny LOL funny Buy the book, enjoy and feel good about yourself


  3. Nicole MacDonald Nicole MacDonald says:

    This book was what it promised A funny, witty look at years of yoyo dieting It obviously caught me in the sample and also due to my mum being a chronic yoyo dieter from before I was born and still to this day. sigh So for me personally I found it a hilarious insider s point of view of the craziness that is extreme dieting Every golden promise of weight loss appears to have been seized and explored in this book and the Bridget Jones style writing is quirky and enjoyable.The reason it got This book was what it promised A funny, witty look at years of yoyo dieting It obviously caught me in the sample and also due to my mum being a chronic yoyo dieter from before I was born and still to this day. sigh So for me personally I found it a hilarious insider s point of view of the craziness that is extreme dieting Every golden promise of weight loss appears to have been seized and explored in this book and the Bridget Jones style writing is quirky and enjoyable.The reason it got three stars is due to the formatting Now I can quite happily pass over the odd typo format issue but this book has a constant issue. It is fixable and I hope the author considers doing so because it is very distracting and happens SO often What has happened is she s used the block style paragraphs, which is fine But instead of allowing the text to continue around the page she s hit enter Which means you have half a sentence that then continues at the beginning of the next paragraph or occasionally floats between paragraphs all on its lonesome For a 4.99 priced book I don t think it s unreasonable to say I feeltime was needed here But otherwise a funny chatty read that comes across on the borderline of fiction non fiction It probably would be a good read for those attempting the. ahh. not so sensible dieting practises grin


  4. Melissa Melissa says:

    Another book for my reading about dieting instead of dieting January challenge I know how to keep fit, me Funny, witty read Pearl is a blast and writes in an intimate way, like one of your friends who gets you And that is the important thing Her honesty about her endless dieting experiences, and frankly all diets end up as Yo Yo dieting as far as I can see, the food fight in her head are most every dieters experiences, elations and frustrations Very engaging.


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10 thoughts on “THE FAT BAG stuck between a rock cake & a hard plaice

  1. mountainmama mountainmama says:

    Pearl Barley has written a very humorous account of her battle of the bulge, and as is the case with most dieters, it s an ongoing struggle, not just to take the weight off, but to keep it off She describes perfectly the ups and downs associated with the process the joy of losing weight and being proud of your accomplishments, and the agony of defeat when you slip back into old habits and re gain the poundage Anyone who has ever dieted will recognize themselves on these pages and will be abl Pearl Barley has written a very humorous account of her battle of the bulge, and as is the case with most dieters, it s an ongoing struggle, not just to take the weight off, but to keep it off She describes perfectly the ups and downs associated with the process the joy of losing weight and being proud of your accomplishments, and the agony of defeat when you slip back into old habits and re gain the poundage Anyone who has ever dieted will recognize themselves on these pages and will be able to relate completely to the process.Using a dry sarcastic wit that I find hilarious, Ms Barley has told her tale showing both the ridiculous and serious sides of yo yo dieting The British terms sprinkled liberally throughout the book also add greatly to the charm of the story Good job, Ms Barley And good luck with the next diet

  2. Mike Cyra Mike Cyra says:

    Reading Pearl Barley s book is like having a conversation with your wise and hilarious best friend Anyone who has battled the ups and downs of The Bulge will relate to this book at last count, that was most of America This book is informative without any pushy advice, quick fix commercials, or hard sell hype Pearl s honesty is inspiring and hilarious Did I mention that she s funny LOL funny Buy the book, enjoy and feel good about yourself

  3. Nicole MacDonald Nicole MacDonald says:

    This book was what it promised A funny, witty look at years of yoyo dieting It obviously caught me in the sample and also due to my mum being a chronic yoyo dieter from before I was born and still to this day. sigh So for me personally I found it a hilarious insider s point of view of the craziness that is extreme dieting Every golden promise of weight loss appears to have been seized and explored in this book and the Bridget Jones style writing is quirky and enjoyable.The reason it got This book was what it promised A funny, witty look at years of yoyo dieting It obviously caught me in the sample and also due to my mum being a chronic yoyo dieter from before I was born and still to this day. sigh So for me personally I found it a hilarious insider s point of view of the craziness that is extreme dieting Every golden promise of weight loss appears to have been seized and explored in this book and the Bridget Jones style writing is quirky and enjoyable.The reason it got three stars is due to the formatting Now I can quite happily pass over the odd typo format issue but this book has a constant issue. It is fixable and I hope the author considers doing so because it is very distracting and happens SO often What has happened is she s used the block style paragraphs, which is fine But instead of allowing the text to continue around the page she s hit enter Which means you have half a sentence that then continues at the beginning of the next paragraph or occasionally floats between paragraphs all on its lonesome For a 4.99 priced book I don t think it s unreasonable to say I feeltime was needed here But otherwise a funny chatty read that comes across on the borderline of fiction non fiction It probably would be a good read for those attempting the. ahh. not so sensible dieting practises grin

  4. Melissa Melissa says:

    Another book for my reading about dieting instead of dieting January challenge I know how to keep fit, me Funny, witty read Pearl is a blast and writes in an intimate way, like one of your friends who gets you And that is the important thing Her honesty about her endless dieting experiences, and frankly all diets end up as Yo Yo dieting as far as I can see, the food fight in her head are most every dieters experiences, elations and frustrations Very engaging.

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