I started reading that book over the weekend and it makes so much sense. He talks about how if you are overweight, chances are your house is a mess and so are your finances. This is so me. The idea is to picture the life you want and make progress towards it. He says to start by decluttering your kitchen to make it a comfortable area to be, to cook and eat healthy food; to throw out all the stuff you haven't used in 6 months, all the bad-for-you and expired food. I'm taking a break right now because I have 5 full garbage bags of expired food and two bags of bad-for-me food that I'm giving away. Some of the expiration dates are from 2004!! Yuck!! Now that I know that we will have a minimum of 6 months of Kanga in Residential Treatment Center (RTC) and possibly longer, I have renewed energy to declutter my entire house before the school year ends so that I can just have fun with my littles doing physically active stuff and repainting the whole house! I'm hoping that while Kanga is doing the work she needs to do at Residential Treatment Center (RTC) to get healthy, I will be able to get healthier here so we both start off on a better path when she comes home. I have 100 pounds to lose and I can't do that in 6 months but if I can even lose half of that, I would feel so much better.