How to know when you're full - part one

Hello my darlings,

Last week, I wrote to you about my top technique for stopping yourself from over-eating.

And it wasn't about counting calories.

Or portion sizes. 

It was about letting your body tell you when it's full

But here's the thing that I bet is in the back of your mind (I know this because it was in the back of my mind forever):

"All of this stopping-when-you're-full is well and good and nice for skinny girls out there, but it doesn't work for me. I could eat two 3-course dinners in a row, and still go for some ice cream for dessert."

Or, in simpler terms:

"Sorry, Katie. It's not possible for me to feel full."

I want to take a moment to tell you that, oh man, I feel for you. Because I've been there. My heart aches for you, and I wish I could give you a big ol' squeeze. 

But since I can't, I hope you'll watch this video I made for you this week about one really simple way that you can make it easier on yourself to tell when you're full.

(And perhaps enjoy the pictures of pizza, focaccia, and croissants that, yes, I keep on my bulletin board at all times.) 

If this is too easy for you, wait for next week, when I'm taking it to the next level and talking about the jedi-ninja-nobel-prize-winner thing you can do to make sure you stop eating when you're full.