Meet Me Today At My Book Signing & Chat at the Border's at Columbus Circle in New York City
Posted Dec 18 2008 8:11pm
Come meet me today, Sat., March 10, for my SUGAR SHOCK! book signing and chat at 4:15 p.m. at the wonderful Border's bookstore at Columbus Circle.
I'd love to meet you, if you live in this area!
Even if you've already have my book, I invite you to join us!
First off, you'll get to chuckle at me and hear me poke fun of myself and my days in 1998 as an "Ex-Sugar Shrew!"
Then, you'll learn some skills on how to easily face the constant bombardment of sugary enticements.
You'll even laugh with us as we de some really fun, empowering, I-can-say-no-to-sugar exercises.
Yes, I will try my best to help you to distance yourself from the culprit carbs that tempt you the most.
This book signing and chat are happening, thanks to the amazing support from Border's (see the book display in front of the store in three places).
In addition, this event is getting the support of the wonderful Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where I studied last year. (Earlier today, I'll speak for five minutes before some 600 current IIN students, urging them to go out and give sugar talks. I hope that at 4:15 p.m., right after class gets out, that many of them will join us at my book signing.)
By the way, if you're a New Yorker who's frustrated in your hunt for a sharp integrative physician with an amiable bedside manner, you'll get to meet the acclaimed Jill Baron, M.D..
I'm honored and thrilled that Dr. Baron will briefly introduce me. (I'm lucky in that she's a very good friend.)
Also, if stress often gets you down, you need to meet Dr. Baron, because not only is she a skilled doctor, but she also specializes in helping people unwind.
In fact, even if you can't make it to my book signing, I invite you to learn about Dr. Baron's and my two-hour Don't Mess With Stress™ for Sugar Kickers program, in which she guides you to squash those gotta-have-sugar moments.
I hope to see you later today, Saturday March 10, at my book signing at the Border's in Columbus Circle.