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  • A. Rostege - Very easy to installI can't say much for the actual software (I'm assuming it will work fine for my basic purposes), I just put it on my computer, and wanted to say that it was very easy to download and install. I am not a techie in any way, and it only took 15 minutes. I will say that screens didn't just pop up to start it out. I had to look for the download on my computer, then start it. Then look for it again to install it. If I didn't have basic mac knowledge I agree it could have been difficult to put on the computer.
  • - Excellent results - A LIFESAVER!I am a 76 year old woman that has suffered with IBS for years which led to UC. This last year my condition of UC got worse and worse with bleeding, diarrhea, etc. I was getting weaker and weaker, homebound with no ability to do inside and outside chores. I had a sigmoidoscopy and a colonoscopy, and all doctors could do was tell me what my symptoms were. They gave me medications that were of no help at all; in fact they made me worse. I was given Elaine Gottschall's book, "Breaking the Vicious Cycle." I stuck with the instructions and within only a few days, much to my amazement, the bleeding and diarrhea stopped! I've been on this diet for 5 months, following it faithfully and feeling wonderful. All symptoms have disappeared! I am a new person with energy as I never had before. I have also lost 17 lbs, now a small woman, stabilized at 120 lbs since starting this diet. I have been able to expand my meal varieties on my own and have been able to make some delicious dishes. Now, my question is, when can I go back to a regular diet of eating carbohydrates and sugars (in moderation, of course) - especially concerning going to restaurants and friends' homes for meals? Also, can I use balsamic vinegar on my salad?
  • Emmanuel - Heck yeah works for me.It actually works well with a waistband since you can wash it.I was 280lb, 5'11,size 46 waist before using this.Now I'm at 265lb, waist 42 after 2 weeks using it.I was that fat guy that said "yea im going to work out" but quit after a while never losing a pound but gaining.Spending money on this was motivation to use it.While using sweet sweat I actually felt a big difference.People say that its just the product melting but I say is my fat burning or water weight leaving.I would wipe the sweat from my arms and sweat still pours out.I have tested how much I sweat with and without it and its noticeable.I'm proud to said I'm 265lb 19years old working out to look good.I walk for a good hour to 2 hours a day for 4days. Do I run? sometimes but I find walking more suitable for me.My eating habits had changed after seeing my weight lost but still crave for food.So to all my fellow fat friends reading this, if u really want to lose weight try it while doing some cardio activities like cleaning the house or just walking at the park and ignore haters .Try eating out less and drink plenty of water. Don't use an excuse to stop losing weight even if you lose 1pound, just keep going.
    will update my progress soon.
  • heff1604 - My son LOVES this!I purchased this gym for my son when he was a month old because he was always kicking his feet and would get bored lying under the regular activity gym. He's now four months old and still LOVES playing the piano with his feet and looking at himself in the mirror. It's also easy to convert and use during tummy time.
  • Magritte BTM "Snowdancer" - She longed to throw something at him. A chair. Herself. " (page 179)Marcelline Noirot and her sisters own a dress shop in London. Marcelline is a gifted designer, knowing how to underscore the beauty of the lady wearing her creation. Her business is her passion, but also financially securing her daughters and her sister lives. Each of the 3 sisters has a personal strength, the combination making them eventually the best dress makers in London. But in order to get the ton's attention they need some big clients. When they hear that the Duke of Clevedon may finally return from Paris and get married to his long time friend and promised Clara, they immediately agree that they need to get the future duchess as a client. Marcelline therefore decides not to court the Ladies attention but the Dukes and travels therefore to Paris.

    Marcellines arrival in Paris with her breathtaking gowns, her self-assurance, her vibrant personality attracts Clevelands attention, first trough her amazing beauty, which she controls thanks to her "superior taste" by making her the focus of all attentions or disappear in the crowed if chosen, then by her intriguing character. Due to her background she behaves like a lady, but she also gambles, is unbelievingly honest about her prime interest in the duke- his bride to be- and does everything with a nearly unlimited passion.

    And then suddenly the game becomes too dangerous for her because Clevedon decides to seduce her and she starts falling for him. So she runs away, back to London. He follows her stands by her, finally introduces Clara to her as a future customer only to be close to her. Slowly their mutual attraction becomes overwhelming. Marcellines daughter also catches Clevedons heart.... But she is only a shopkeeper, he is a duke, they both risk their reputation and their future being together... reason vs. love.

    This is one of my favourite books. Mrs Chase knows how to create fascinating deep characters caught in an interesting plot. I got caught in a fast story with characters swirling around, fascinating dialogues and a lot of events as you read. This is not the boring does he/she love me story, filled with misunderstanding and unspoken feelings that I got so bored of in other romances. Here you get caught, you smile, you laugh, you hold your breath, you understand the fears, the doubts, the hopes and the dreams of all characters and their lively dialogues. "And so, of course, he lost the battle, that feeble battle with Honor and Kindness and Respect and all the other noble qualities Warford had tried to drum into him." (p. 275)

    Definitely a keeper!

    I am very curious about the next book of the Dressmaker series...

    I hope you will enjoy the read as much as I did MBTM