So far, 2012 has failed to produce new diet books
that have different or interesting concepts for me to study
or to personally experiment with.
The same old information and rehashed solutions
don't make for interesting reading.
So, I've been reading books focused on mental attitudes
and how these affect behavior.
Recently I read
"Willpower, Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength"
by Roy Baumeister and John Tierney (2011)
"The Willpower Instinct" by Kelly McGonigal (2012)
I found both of these books interesting and worth reading.
Today I bought "What Makes your Brain Happy
and Why you should do the Opposite" by David DiSalvo (2011),
and I'm looking forward to reading it this week.
I view this type of reading all part of my Dieting Hobby,
because many of these concepts are applicable to weight-loss and maintenance.
So… no more time to write today,
because I need to have breakfast,
then get on my Treadmill for an exercise session,
before I can get started reading.
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