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Press Releases from Living On The Up Beat, LLC (6 total)

Anna Kournikova Reads About A World Where Big is Beautiful

"I received an e-mail from a reader telling me that Anna Kournikova was reading my novel," says author and columnist Andrea Rains Waggener. "I visited the link the reader gave me, http://www.kournikovaimages.com/community/viewtopic.php?t=124, and I found a post at the site talking about Alternate Beauty." Andrea wrote Alternate Beauty, which is described and excerpted at http://www.alternatebeauty.com, in response to feeling invisible in our society when she gained a lot

Millions of Women Will Ruin Their Valentine's Day--and Maybe Even their Relation …

"Women all over the country are making a terrible mistake in their relationships," says Andrea Rains Waggener, author of Alternate Beauty (Bantam 2005), a novel about a woman who wakes up in a universe where fat is considered beautiful. A full description of the book, which features a main character who makes that mistake that many women make and an excerpt can be found at Andrea's website, http://www.waggener-books.com.

Millions of Americans Suffering From

"I meet lots of people who tell me they want to be successful, and they get all excited about what they will do with the money they want to make," says Andrea Rains Waggener, the Up Beat Life Advisor, whose website, www.waggener-books.com provides books, articles, and other resources for living an up beat and successful life. "But I also see huge numbers of these people fail to take action

The Wrong New Years Resolution Could Make 2006 A Very Bad Year

According to surveys, only 8 percent of Americans successfully achieve their New Year's resolutions. A whopping 45 percent fail by the end of January! When a new year starts with failure, that's a set up for a bad year. Who wants to have a bad year? In order for 2006 to be a great year, it's important to choose the right resolution. Most people choose external

Ninety-two percent of New Year’s Resolutions Won’t Be Kept

“Most people set out to change something for the wrong reasons,” says author and columnist Andrea Rains Waggener, whose website, www.waggener-books.com provides books, articles, and other resources to help people create their best life. “People start from a place of being not okay. They think they need to change something in order to be okay, in order to be happy.” Andrea understands this thinking. She thought

Diets and the Holidays Don't Mix

Is Santa Clause From An Alternate Reality Where Fat Is Seen As Beautiful? He’s fat, but he never goes on diets. He’s fat, but he doesn’t obsess about his weight—instead he spends his time thinking about how to make kids happy. He’s fat, but everybody loves him. He’s fat, but he’s happy with himself. Santa Claus can’t possibly come from our society—a society that despises fat and

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