Can you look and feel better in twenty-one days? Absolutely, you can. But Monica Lee didn’t always think so. When she entered that phase of womanhood called perimenopause, she fell into a rabbit’s hole where the world was filled with muffin tops, aches and pains, and indelible wrinkles. If you, too, are sick and tired of being sick and tired, this plan is just the jump-start you need. Or maybe you’re staring down a big event like a class reunion or a big wedding. This plan is for you, too. You’ll look and feel your absolute best after twenty-one days and be ready to circulate your confident self among all your adoring fans—friends, we mean friends! Who is Monica Lee to be writing a beauty book? She’s not a model or a movie star. Her biggest claims to fame are that she once introduced new scrapbooking products to convention halls of screaming women, and she wrote a memoir, The Percussionist’s Wife. She’s pretty much standard issue in the beauty department. She does, however, encounter people all the time who guess her age to be younger—sometimes much younger—than she really is. How to Look Hot & Feel Amazing in Your 40s: The 21-Day Diet, Exercise & Everything Makeover Plan is a combination health-and-fitness memoir and a to-do list. Lee shares her formula for being healthier, stronger and hotter in this step-by-step plan she herself used to recapture her youth. Adapt each day in this doable plan to suit your body, your means, your tastes.
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Monica Lee, author of The Percussionist’s Wife: A Memoir of Sex, Crime & Betrayal, is a personal historian, blogger and writer. Follow her writing projects at http://mindfulmonica.wordpress.com or catch up with her everyday life on her blog at http://minnesotatransplant.wordpress.com where she frequently writes about her daily runs and weird meals. She lives in northern Illinois with her husband and an adorable miniature schnauzer.
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