Your Twitter Diet

I lost twenty pounds on Twitter. I want to show you how! My new book is called Your Twitter Diet. The one thing all successful dieters have in common is support and Twitter can be support SUPERCHARGED. I want you to achieve your healthy lifestyle goals.Your Twitter Diet can be your first step. It’s available at Amazon for the Kindle or paperback. 



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The Gameshow Network is looking for offices that want to get healthy together – is that you? Here’s casting info for their new show. Give it a go office peeps!

Are you and your coworkers struggling to lose weight? Do you need a cash incentive to get off the couch? If you’re ready to put your money where your mouth is and place a wager on your weight loss then we want to hear from you!

The Game Show Network is currently searching for coworkers looking to bet on each other in the ultimate weight loss wager competition show. Teams will compete against each other for a cash prize and a slimmer body. We are especially seeking groups of four or more employees with dynamic personalities who are ready to break the cycle of yo-yo dieting and play a high stakes game for a new series.

 To be considered please write to us at with the following information (**if you are nominating someone else, please be sure to include their contact info, as well**):

 Names & Ages of coworkers [coworkers should be cc’d on email]

Your city & state of residence

Brief cover note discussing your company and each coworker’s weight issues

A few current photographs of yourself and your coworkers

The best phone numbers(s) at which to reach you


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Usually I don’t find the marketing of the film to be anywhere near what the actual film depicts. If not that, the entire movie can be seen in the trailer. So usually, with movies, I hope for not much information before I see the flick.

But I feel it is my duty to warn you about a creative and horrifying mar­keting technique under way for a lovely little movie called “Devil’s Due,” out later this month continue reading for the part when I attack.