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  • Published: 8 February 2011
  • ISBN: 9781409009481
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 304

101 Things to Do Before You Diet

The ultimate feel-good lifestyle book for women - because looking great isn't just about losing weight.

Ways to eat, ways to cheat. What to wear, what to ditch.

Discover the secrets that really will make a difference to the way you look and feel about yourself.

If you think it's time to free yourself from the tyranny of thin, this sassy, funny and practical book by style guru Mimi Spencer is for you.

Like your ideal best friend, she'll help you release your thinner self without all the depressing self-denial, guilty weigh-ins and faddy food plans of conventional diets.

Mimi will help you make the most of what you've got, and see that the woman you are now is just as fabulous as the woman you want to be.

  • Pub date: 8 February 2011
  • ISBN: 9781409009481
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 304

About the Author

Mimi Spencer

Mimi Spencer is a prizewinning fashion and beauty journalist. She has a column in You magazine and writes for Observer Woman, Grazia and many other magazines and newspapers.

She was editor of ES Magazine for two years following six years as Fashion Editor for the Evening Standard. She lives in Brighton with her two children and a barrister husband.

Photography (c) Danny Elwes

Praise for 101 Things to Do Before You Diet

“A thoughtful book for those fed up with structured meal-plan diets and complicated rules.”

The Times

“Admirably sensible...Practical and pleasingly eccentric, this is the least irritating self-help book of the year.”

Daily Mail

“A snacky, fun and encouraging guide to accepting ourselves as we are . . . With life-changing advice, laid-back nutritional nuggets and anti-celebrity thinness treatises, this is a multi-vitamin treat for soul and body.”

Good Housekeeping

“[A] no-nonsense guide to shifting pounds and looking fantastic.”

NOW magazine

“A pleasure to read . . . her tone is as sweet and light as a sugar substitute.”

London Lite

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