Saturday, June 9, 2012

TBR Intervention (15)

I am still working on the books I started for my last TBR--and my big lesson for this week is that 800 page books take a long time to read (you would think I knew that already right?).

This Week

If I can finish these books--my next book is going to be:

I have been focusing on making changes in my life to be healthier and to set a healthier example for my daughter.  This goal will not change all of the books I read--but periodically I want to read some that teach me something about living healthier.

Summary (from back):
Tired of dieting?  Are you eating nonfat and carb-free foods that don't satisfy?  Then stop!  You've been wrecking your metabolism with yo-yo fad diets and chemical-filled nonfoods.  Jillian Michaels is here to repair the damage and retrain your hormones and endocrine system.

Master Your Metabolism is a simple three-phase plan that amps up your weight-loss hormones and kicks those fat-storing hormones to the curb.  You'll learn how to:
  • Remove antinutrients and toxins, which are slowing your metabolism.
  • Restore natural whole foods to your diet--foods that will rally your fat-burning hormones.
  • Rebalance your hormones by sleeping, dealing with stress, and exercising in ways that will manage them best.
Master Your Metabolism teaches you how to reach your optimum health and weight and transform your body into the ultimate healthy, fat-fighting machine. 


  1. 800-page books do take a while to read... unless they're Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings (for me). XDDD

    Good luck on your TBRIC books this week and happy reading.

    1. HP I can probably read fast--as much as I loved Fellowship of the Rings I would not say it was a fast book for me. :)

  2. I have to admit that the longest book I have read was The Host and I read it in one week.... oh, yeah, and Harry P. #7 :)
    Hope you enjoy while reading Master your metabolism, I use to read book like that one in full moon!
    Happy reading!

    1. LOL. I like long books because it gives such a great opportunity to explore the characters and the storyline (I think The Host is an excellent example!). But the downside is they are long! :)