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The simplest way ever to do less and get better results (even with overeating)

Sometimes it’s hard to see the forest when you’re lost in the trees. And sometimes, if you are lost in the forest, you might be so intent on finding your way home, that you overlook important details that could make your escape a whole lot easier. That’s what I think happens for so many women... Read More The post The simplest way ever to do less and get better results (even with overeating) appeared first on Too Much On Her Plate | Overeating Help for Emotional Eating.
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