How To Lose 100 Pounds

How To Lose 100 Pounds
Creating Your Plan for Weight Loss Success

By P. Seymour

Book Review

 

Book Details

  • Title: How To Lose 100 Pounds – Creating Your Plan for Weight Loss Success
  • Series: How To Lose 100 Pounds (Book 1)
  • Author: P. Seymour
  • Genre: Non-fiction
  • Format: Ebook
  • Length: 64 pages
  • Publication Date: November 29, 2013
  • Publisher: PKS Publishing

BOOK REVIEW by M.C. Simon

How To Lose 100 Pounds - Creating Your Plan for Weight Loss Success

Due to a recent decision to change my lifestyle and live a healthier life, I started to collect information on how I can accomplish this in the most beneficial way, without seemingly making a forced change.

I was very pleased when I found Author P. Seymour’s book, “How To Lose 100 Pounds – Creating Your Plan for Weight Loss Success“.

The author impressed me from the beginning of the book. I always thought that practice teaches you more than theory. The fact that P. Seymour was there and wrote from her own experience was a plus from my point of view. I am tired of advertisements where gorgeous young women who never had any weight problems are trying to teach someone how to lose weight. It’s the same situation as with girls younger than 20 who attempt to teach a more mature woman how to use cosmetics to hide their wrinkles when in fact they never had any wrinkle themselves.

I found the book very interesting because I like the idea of making my own plan. This really sounds great to me.

The book will describe for you the preparatory steps and also the journaling idea. This approach surprised me… in a nice way… because I had already decided to journal my changing life steps. What I appreciate very much in this book is the fact that the author’s goal is to achieve good health results, and not only a thinner body that will look nice in the mirror.

The book belongs to the motivational genre. I have to admit that I found something here that I never thought I would connect with until now. The author states that if she succeeds to lose weight, then she will surely be able to create another plan that will help her and others escape from debt. I really liked this association and have to admit that it made me really think. Sincerely speaking, this reason seems even more attractive than losing weight, at this moment.

Towards the middle of the book, I had already found myself liking the author very much. She is not telling me new things, but she is telling them in such a way that somehow she succeeded to motivate me.

I loved the book and in the end I was somehow disappointed that it ended. The book belongs to a series, and this was its introduction. I didn’t yet read what follows in the series; therefore I can’t recommend the whole series at this time. But I do recommend reading P. Seymour’s “How To Lose 100 Pounds – Creating Your Plan for Weight Loss Success”. The author’s style of writing will motivate you too, and you’ll be able to make some major decisions about your life as well.

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About the Author

P. Seymour

I’ve lost 120 lbs (the picture you see here) which left me feeling healthy, fit and capable of anything I set my mind to…AND my story continues as someone who found herself looking at a weight gain of half that weight 3.5 yrs later.

I don’t want to be that person who is selling you a formula for losing weight fast and fixing your life, yet hiding behind my own weight and insecurities. I will tell you straight out that… [read more]

Paula Seymour

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3 Comments
  1. You are much cuter than I am, but I am determined to get the 30 pounds back off. I did lose 100 pounds 3 years ago, which took me about a year of eating more healthy, keeping away from processed food, etc. Now, I’ve gained back about 40 pounds and started to get back to eating more healthy foods again, losing about 10 pounds in the past 6 weeks. For a food addict like me it has not been easy to stay away from foods I know will not allow me to lose, but possibly gain weight again. The compliments I received and the way I feel better have been great, but now I face the complex future of losing enough to fit in my clothing and body better, lose some weight before a planned 30 day cruise coming up in April and May and maintain my weight loss. My plan is to eat good meat, vegetables, limited dairy and carbs. Any ideas are appreciated.
    Happy New Year – John in Texas

  2. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  3. Another great one that I am going to have to look into – thank you.

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