I'm Not With the Band: A Writer's Life Lost in Music by Sylvia Patterson – review
Then there's Sylvia Patterson, one of pop music's most penetrating writers since 1986 – a working-class Scot who came down to London to work at its “swingorilliant” HQ: Smash Hits magazine. She describes their offices thus, in her 100mph prose: “a …
I was overweight, insecure and worst of all.. It seemed like I was destined to remain that way for the rest of my life.
My mom was 219 pounds and 5’3 and I could have easily blamed my genetics for my 200 pounds in a 5″2 frame. I was overweight since I was a kid so there seemed to be no reason why things would change all of a sudden.
I was the kind of person that would feel insecure.. and maybe even a little jealous around girls who were naturally thin and comfortable with themselves.
I had tried for years to change my body but nothing seemed to work.. The idea of having a normal body or even a love life seemed like a distant dream that would likely never happen.
And then came Audrey.
What Audrey taught me not only helped me lose 70 pounds and gain the confidence to find the love of my life. It also helped me teach my mom how to lose weight.
Over 50 years old, she also lost over 70 pounds herself! You can see pictures of her weight loss (as well as mine) inside the book.
I want to share with you how I did it, so you can also get inspired and do the same. No matter how many pounds you need to lose, even if it’s 5, 10, 70 or more.. There is no reason (and no excuse) why you can’t do it!
Let me show you how!