quickiechick’s dating power tools.

guest blogger: “quickiechick” laurel house gives readers a sneak peek at tasty tips from her new book, “quickiechick’s cheat sheet to life, love, food, fitness, fashion and finance on a less than fabulous budget” (st. martin’s, may 2012)

it takes more than a perky attitude, cute smile, and sexy dress to have a good date. that’s why every chick needs a set of power tools. dating power tools. i’ve got an arsenal of tricks to up any chick’s chances of putting her best self forward – a combo of confidence-boosting, body-perfecting, skin-beautifying secrets. here are a few…

power tools:

  • first you need a base- popchips
  • hangover prevention- asparagus
  • de-puffing- yams and cucumbers
  • calming- sunflower seeds and soybeans
  • beautiful glow- greek yogurt
  • slimming- coffee grinds
  • confidence- power panties
  • quickie workout in bed
  • confidence- post-its
  • focus- intention board
  • how to stand out- fab bag or stilettos

let me explain…watch here for the full scoop on these power tools.

oh, and all of these tips, plus a lot lot more, are in my new book- “quickiechick’s cheat sheet to life, love, food, fitness, fashion and finance on a less than fabulous budget” (st. martin’s, may 2012). hangover prevention, better sex, weight loss, finding an awesome job…it’s all in there. pretty much every chick needs it (and every dude who wonders what’s happening in a chick’s head too).

why laurel pops: i’m laurel house, a fit lifestyle author, personal trainer, and the “quickiechick.” no, not the late night booty call kind of quickie. my “quickies” are all about making the most out of every moment- whether it’s a saddlebag-burning “quickie workout in bed,” a metabolism-boosting “bites with benefits” meal, or how to get a $150 spa-quality skin peel out of a $1 tomato and lemon at-home refrigerator facial. my youtube videos have received over 7 million views and now you can get even more quickie tips in my new book “quickiechick’s cheat sheet to life, love, food, fitness, fashion and finance on a less than fabulous budget” (st. martin’s, may 2012). 

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