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The Surprising Way Post-Its Changed How I Eat

Photo courtesy of Kelsey Miller. There's an old diet trick -- you might have seen it in movies -- where you cover the refrigerator in sticky notes, reminding you that "Nothing tastes as good as being thin feels!" and "A moment on the lips, forever on the hips!" or simply, "Do NOT open this!" Sometimes you might amplify these helpful hints with photos of either very fat people or very thin people, depending on which makes you feel worse about yourself.
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