Book title : Lose the Clutter, Lose the Weight: The Six-Week Total-Life Slim Down
By : Peter Walsh
Category : Books,Guidebooks,Nutrition
Wordcount : 202
Rating : 4.3
Publisher : Rodale Books; Reprint edition (16 Feb. 2016)
Language : English
Paperback : 320 pages
isbn13 : 978-1623366674
Dimensions : 16.26 x 2.29 x 22.61 cm
Best seller rank : 170,184 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) 277 in Household 387 in DIY 499 in Family & Lifestyle Health Addictions
Salesrank : 170184
From the author of New York Times bestseller It’s All Too Much, comes a 6-week program for acheiving significant weight loss and a calmer mind, by clearing the clutter and creating a more organized, happier life. A houseful of clutter may not be the only reason people pack on extra pounds, but research proves that it plays a big role. A recent study showed that people with super-cluttered homes were 77 percent more likely to be overweight or obese! Why? Organization guru Peter Walsh thinks it’s because people can’t make their best choices—their healthiest choices—in a cluttered, messy, disorganized home.In Lose the Clutter, Lose the Weight, Walsh leads you step-by-step through decluttering your home, your body, and your life in this 6-week program. He’ll help you:• Clear your home of excess "stuff" as you discover your vision for your personal space• Clear your body of excess pounds as you follow a healthy, super-simple eating and exercise plan• Clear your mind and spirit of the excess weight of too many possessionsWith a room-by room organizing guide, dietitian-approved eating plan, exercise physiologist–developed fitness program, and quizzes to get to the root of your problem, Lose the Clutter, Lose the Weight is the only book you need to help you clear the clutter and zap the pounds.
The content of the book is phantastic and I simply adore Peter Walsh’s videos and books. I also own the paper version of “Lose the Clutter, Lose the Weight”. Then I bought the mp3 version to listen to while driving. Not only does the mp3 not work in my car’s player but I can harly listen to it at home because of the terrible terrible way it is being presented by Shaun Grindell. In my opinion this man talks as though he was reading a fairy tale to very small children and his voice and way of presenting the text is so far from the “original Peter” that it makes me almost aggressive to listen.Again: Peter Walsh deserves 5 and more stars for the wonders his work does for people like me and the sense of humour that makes changing habits fun, but he definitely should have recorded the book himself. And I write this as a friendly warning for his fans.