[quote=hakuna makarla]and why did you choose this book? [quote]
GREAT question! I had the opportunity to read LOTS of books in the last two weeks. The first was "Eating for Life" It's by Bill Phillips who also wrote "Body for Life" which is an amazing program. My hubby and I "did the challenge" a few years ago and lost lots of weight and body fat so we're planning to do it again starting on January 9th. Then I read "Mean Girls Grown Up" which is an EXCELLENT book because I wanted to try to make some sense of some of the bad stuff that happened to me and others online and in person last year. The book talked a lot about "queen bees, middle bees, and victim bees" and how girls and women can fall into any of those categories unless they consciously make a choice to try to get out of those roles and just get along with all women. Honestly, it is SUCH a good book. It made me take a look at some of the stuff I had done and realize I was not happy with some of my words and actions over the past year. Then I read a really crappy book called "Forget Me Not" that I hid in the cupboard of the timeshare where we stayed. I also read "The Nanny Diaries" which was a really good book but also kind of sad. Amd I read "Nights in Rodanthe" by Nicholas Sparks which was really romantic. I really like his writing. And today I read "Can You keep a Secret" which is absolutelyu hilarious. My hubby is reading it now as I type this!