Hunker down on the sofa for your next box-set binge with a themed bite to eat, or a drink to sip—from snacks and burgers to sticky cakes and strong cocktails, a fun foodie treat is within easy reach!
Author: To Be Announced
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
Hunker down on the sofa for your next box-set binge with a themed bite to eat, or a drink to sip—from snacks and burgers to sticky cakes and strong cocktails, a fun foodie treat is within easy reach! Next time you plan a night in with Netflix why not up the ante by preparing themed food and drinks to keep your energy levels steady and make your viewing experience the best it can be. Choose from the Fantasy chapter and enjoy a slice of Sookie's Grandma's Pecan Pie while squirming at True Blood; or pick a box set and recipe from Crime and chow down on some Los Pollos Hermanos-style fried chicken with Breaking Bad; Medical ideas include some deep-pan pizza with Chicago-based ER, or if a good Legal drama is your thing join lawyer Alicia Florrick in a few shots of well-earned Tequila; Political drama gets a look in too—White House fixer Olivia Pope lives on popcorn and (really) good red wine in the sensational Scandal, or simply get the Girls round for Bundt cake to lighten the mood and forge friendships... Whatever your TV addiction, there is a snack here to enjoy while you stream the hours away.
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Author: Katherine Bebo
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
Hunker down on the sofa for your next box-set binge with a themed bite to eat, or a drink to sip – from snacks and burgers to sticky cakes and strong cocktails, a fun foodie treat is within easy reach! Next time you plan a night in with Netflix why not up the ante by preparing themed food and drinks to keep your energy levels steady and make your viewing experience the best it can be. Choose from the Fantasy chapter and enjoy a slice of Sookie's Grandma's Pecan Pie while squirming at True Blood; or pick a box set and recipe from Crime and chow down on some Los Pollos Hermanos-style fried chicken with Breaking Bad; Medical ideas include some deep-pan pizza with Chicago-based ER, or if a good Legal drama is your thing join lawyer Alicia Florrick in a few shots of well-earned Tequila; Political drama gets a look in too – White House fixer Olivia Pope lives on popcorn and (really) good red wine in the sensational Scandal, or simply get the Girls round for Bundt cake to lighten the mood and forge friendships... Whatever your TV addiction, there is a snack here to enjoy while you stream the hours away.
cream while binge-watching TV. All of those are normal special occasions. Doctors, therapists, and nurses follow the DSM-5 carefully to understand how BED differs from the infrequent splurge. The DSM-5 lists the specific symptoms for ...
Author: Kristin Thiel
Publisher: Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC
Category: Young Adult Nonfiction
As diverse a country as the United States is, almost 50 percent of Americans share a tragic commonality: they know someone affected by an eating disorder. It is estimated that thirty million girls, boys, women, and men in the country will experience an eating disorder in their lifetime. This volume shares critical information about treatment and prevention. Through statistics, true stories of survivors, and more, this book helps young readers feel informed, less alone, and more equipped to seek treatment.
The downside, for Sarah, and many others: sinking into a TV program is one of the biggest triggers of mindless eating. 46 Often, people who struggle with binge-watching TV also struggle with mindless eating and binge-eating.
Author: Susan Albers
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Health & Fitness
The complete program for mastering your "hanger," from mindful-eating pioneer Dr. Susan Albers -- with 45 tips to turn hanger into happiness. It happens to all of us. One minute you're happily going about your day, and a few seconds later you're a snappy, illogical version of yourself. The culprit? Hanger. We're living busier lives than ever before, and when we forget to eat -- or accidentally overeat -- hunger can make us angry, unreasonable, and dull, with big impacts on our emotional and psychological well being. And hanger can become a cycle. When we get too hungry, we're more likely to make food decisions we regret, which sets us up for another hanger crash later on. The good news: when we make better decisions about food, we think more clearly, connect better in our relationships, and improve our performance. Hanger Management is the book that can help you break this cycle and create healthy habits that fuel and empower you. In Hanger Management, New York Times bestselling author and clinical psychologist Susan Albers sheds light on the causes of hanger, and shares 45 of her best tips for managing it well. By learning to stay on top of your hunger cues, cultivating a better understanding of your appetite, and creating a better overall relationship with food, you'll become happier -- and healthier -- for life.
have over their viewing experiences, the definition of binge watching should include some aspect of control as well. ... seems to be based on the word “binge” itself, which can conjure images of extreme drunkenness or overeating.
Author: Arienne Ferchaud
Publisher: Lexington Books
Category: Social Science
Binge and Bingeability: The Antecedents and Consequences of Binge Watching Behavior examines how the television industry has transformed over time to create the circumstances in which binge watching as a mass behavior can emerge, and what role audiences have played in the rising prevalence of this behavior. Arienne Ferchaud, recognizing that this behavior did not spring, fully formed, from streaming services, ties cultural approaches to binge watching with media psychology-oriented theories, including the concept of “bingeability”—the likelihood that a specific sow will be binge watched—alongside the psychological impacts binge watching may have on viewers over time. Scholars of media studies, television studies, sociology, cultural studies, and psychology will find this book particularly useful.
Now, I'm not telling you to just throw all your goals out the window and sit around binge- watching Netflix and eating bonbons on the couch all day. Although you totally can do that some days, because bonbons are food for the soul ...
Author: Taylor Kiser
Finally--a real-life plan for eating and thinking healthy. Nutrition and fitness coach Taylor Kiser's Eat the Cookie is your invitation to give yourself the grace to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress. From diets to detoxes to fitness plans, there's no shortage when it comes to plans for perfection. But what happens when our quest for health and perfection leads to fear, insecurity, and over-control? Written with her characteristic straight talk and humor, Taylor Kiser draws insights from her own journey to help you find freedom from the impossible quest of perfection. Whether you struggle with body image, eating disorders, unhealthy habits, or the never-ending comparison game, Eat the Cookie provides an easy-to-follow roadmap to spiritual and physical health. Each chapter delivers God's truth to help you redefine your identity in healthy ways, embrace progress over perfection, and use practical tools--such as never-before-published recipes and fitness plans--to love and care for the body God gave you. Taylor understands the pendulum swings we experience with our weight and self-perception. She knows what it's like to let fear of falling short turn into a belief that you're not worthy, and this belief turned into destructive habits that controlled her life for far too long. Now a certified nutrition and fitness coach, Taylor enjoys eating a cookie now and then, even as she enjoys discovering recipes and habits that give her renewed physical energy and health. In Eat the Cookie, you'll learn the secrets of balance that can help us all live health-conscious without being calorie-obsessed.
And 99 Other Small Acts of Happiness Viola Sutano. 64 Catching Fireflies Binge - watching RekUNS FRIEND.S Eating that last.
Author: Viola Sutano
Publisher: The Collective Book Studio
A heartfelt celebration of the little things that make life beautiful—and bring happiness even in hard times. Watching the sunrise. Making a sandcastle. Sending a care package. Eating cake for breakfast. Each of these activities is small, yet can bring us big happiness. Open Eat Cake for Breakfast to find one hundred different ways to incorporate joy into your life, all prompted by author and artist Viola Sutanto's mission to affirm humanity during her daughter’s life-threatening medical treatment. Inspired by the 100 Day Project, Sutanto embarked on a journey to uplift her family and her community with dozens of creative suggestions for happiness and delicately colorful illustrations. This delightful book reminds us that no matter how tough life gets, happiness can be found in even the smallest acts of intentional joy. Eat Cake for Breakfast is a tribute to the medical team at the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital in Oakland, CA, where Viola's daughter was treated for bone marrow failure. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to support their incredible work.
... well, succumb to instant gratification: If I want to watch a movie, I can just scan my face, my thumb, ... might decide to cook for ourselves, exercise, or call a loved one instead of binge-eating Grubhub and binge-watching Netflix.
Author: Charles R. Chaffin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Discover how to manage this noisy world without it managing you. In Numb, distinguished author Dr. Charles R. Chaffin delivers a fun and evidence-based exploration of how you can devote more attention on what you believe is important while ignoring the distractions that increasingly permeate your life. Using research from cognitive, education, positive, and clinical psychology, the book identifies the sources of noise and distraction in this information age and how we can manage it in all aspects of our lives. You'll learn about: How experiences in technology, from social media to selfies to porn, impact our ability to engage and connect with others The news we consume and the impact of confirmation bias, filter bubbles, and tribalism How FOMO and choice overload impact our decision-making The power of our attention in all aspects of our daily lives Perfect for anyone interested in the expanding impact of the information age on our collective psyche, ;Numb helps empower you to use technology and information not as a destination, but as a tool towards authenticity and empowerment.
Author: CarrieLynn D. ReinhardPublish On: 2020-10-29
Of this group, 44 percent defined their fandom based on their watching the show repeatedly, including watching every episode, and rewatching or binge-watching episodes (e.g. “I watch all the shows as they come out.”).
Author: CarrieLynn D. Reinhard
Category: Social Science
This book considers the practices and techniques fans utilize to interact with different aspects and elements of food cultures. With attention to food cultures across nations, societies, cultures, and historical periods, the collected essays consider the rituals and values of fan communities as reflections of their food culture, whether in relation to particular foods or types of food, those who produce them, or representations of them. Presenting various theoretical and methodological approaches, the anthology brings together a series of empirical studies to examine the intersection of two fields of cultural practice and will appeal to sociologists, geographers and scholars of cultural studies with interests in fan studies and food cultures.
Author: Stephen A. WonderlichPublish On: 2015-10-12
Because binge-eating behaviors interrupt the body's ability to experience hunger and fullness, they are not reliable “cues” ... environmental factors that can trigger binge eating, especially watching television, eating in restaurants, ...
Author: Stephen A. Wonderlich
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Packed with useful clinical tools, this state-of-the-art manual presents an empirically supported treatment solidly grounded in current scientific knowledge. Integrative cognitive-affective therapy for bulimia nervosa (ICAT-BN) has a unique emphasis on emotion. Interventions focus on helping clients understand the links between emotional states and BN as they work to improve their eating behaviors, defuse the triggers of bulimic episodes, and build crucial emotion regulation skills. In a large-size format for easy photocopying, the book includes 47 reproducible handouts. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials.