How to Be Thin in a World of Chocolate contains 56 anti-fad, anti-diet, anti-misery strategies for losing weight without losing your mind.
Michele draws on her Bachelor of Psychology, research into why diets fail, and years of experimenting with her own diet, exercise, and mindset as though she were both scientist and guinea pig - after all, what could be cuter than a small rodent in a white lab coat?
3 WAYS THIS BOOK IS DIFFERENT
Weight issues are serious and difficult enough. But this book is funny, cute, with charming illustrations, but without padding (#boomtish). It’s actually fun to read!
The simple strategies offer a refreshing and achievable approach. These are genuine hacks for looking and feeling great that don't rely on willpower or large reserves of discipline.
And perhaps most importantly...
You can have your cake/chocolate/wine - and enjoy it too!
How to Be Thin in a World of Chocolate is the perfect book for anyone who wants to look and feel their best without giving up life’s pleasures.
‘A great little read! It’s all about making changes that are doable while still being able to enjoy life and this book is exactly that!’
-Kate Waterhouse, journalist, media personality, television presenter, radio talent and ‘Date with Kate’ columnist
‘A fun easy gorgeous book that has all the right messages – you’ll love reading it! Plus something I truly believe in – small changes you can live with.’
-Catherine Saxelby, dietitian, nutritionist and founder of foodwatch
‘A great resource full of nutrition, exercise and mindset tips. The combination of realistic lifestyle changes and quirky sense of humour make it an enjoyable and informative book for those wanting to achieve weight loss goals and keep the foods they love.’
-Michael Redfern, personal trainer and exercise physiologist
About the Author
The question Michele Connolly gets asked most often is Could you please stop singing? Rude! The question she gets asked second-most often is How do you eat like that and not get fat?
Michele has a Bachelor of Psychology and has written a thesis on personality and happiness. She describes her relationship with chocolate as: It’s complicated. She is an introvert, overthinker, sharer of micro-epiphanies, minimalist, embracer of personal weirdness and author of comedic how-to books.