Okay so maybe they do but in the tradition of French Women Don’t Get Fat, it would be a magnificent diet and lifestyle guide, no?
I only skimmed the French book but I remember these tips: “eat as if someone is watching you – like maybe God – so would you stuff a whole baguette with gooey cheese down your gob whilst watching Gossip Girl if God was watching you?” and things such as striding around the block several thousand times with a Gauloise and your poodle rather than eating emotionally AND making your own cauliflower soup instead of haunting the local K.F.C.
I think we can all agree on the general wisdom of these ideas, yes?
But a Sagittarian lifestyle guide, WOW.
I imagine the tips would be things such as flying a lot and eating goji berries-activated almond nuts on the plane as you don’t do airline food, dancing every day, not letting yourself going to the pub without doing an exercise class beforehand, talking SO much that you are actually usually asked to leave the restaurant for causing offence before being able to finish more than a third of your food, going on huge lengthy hikes the way non-Saggos – say – go to the post office and a reliance on trail mixed, smoothies and super-foods.
Sagittarians Don’t Get Fat would also warn against any occasions that required formal-wear so, if the only things you have the wardrobe for a out-doorsy events, boating, treks, riding, archery, the gym etc, you’re bound to be doing more healthful activities. Obviously if your idea of fun is to try out a new form of Ji Jitsu and then take your new Atlantean Wolf-Hound for a run, you’re going to be slenderizing more than you would at the gourmet joint.
What do you think? Is there a Sagg out there willing to go with Sagittarians Don’t Get Fat – the new “it” diet & fitness book?