What Benefits Do I Get When Subscribing To The Diet Brainery?

Lots of them! Subscribers have reported that diets are more fun (must be the humor I include in every post), family harmony increases, and property taxes decline. Okay, true, the last one I’m still investigating…. :) 

(Are you already aware of the great benefits and want me to cut to the chase? Alrighty then, click on the RSS icon below!) 




Seriously, subscribing to my diet updates, plain and simple, gives you timely information on losing weight and feeling great TODAY…for free.

An online trainer and research for over a decade, I’m also the author of the Safe and Smart Internet Weight Loss Edge and have lost 50+ pounds during my lifestyle change.  In other words, I walk the walk I talk in my blog.


Subscribing allows you to receive every new diet article whenever they’re released…without any action on your part.

No typing!

What joy!

You don’t even have to return to the site to get the latest special tips and writings; it’s all sent directly to YOU. QualityAll the fresh content that I freely share every day is delivered to you at no cost, waiting for your convenience for reading.

That saves you time and makes learning easier than determining whether gravity is still operating as it should be (classic test - jump up. If you float to the ceiling, you have bigger problems (ahem, I mean, "opportunities for improvement") to deal with right now).

Currently, I offer two different subscription methods:

  • Website Subscriptions - New posts are sent to your subscription (feed) reader
  • Email Subscriptions - New posts are sent directly to your inbox.

Gee, Barbara, that sounds nifty! But…ummm….what’s a Subscription (feed) reader?

Glad you asked! A subscription feed reader is a reader (and no, I don’t mean the little old librarians who lower their glasses to the edge of their noses when reading your over-due list - I mean an actual program that runs on your computer) that says to itself:

"Okay, my computer user is sooo busy with everything else, I’ll just simply zoom out to all the sites they want to monitor, gather up all the thousands of headlines, categorize them into neat useful lists and display them whenever I’m asked."

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Wow, that sounds really cool - even my Aunt Bertha could handle that!

Glad you think so. Any other questions?

Well, actually, yes. What readers do you recommend?

There’s lots of superduper feedreaders out there - I personally use FeedReader. Other folks like:

The choice is yours - everyone has their own particular favorites.

Spiffy! Now what? Oh, and I have a problem with viruses on my computer - can you help?

Viruses? Eeek! I wrote up a free report about that you can read over at my business blog at Malware Proofing Your Computer. It’s a zipped-up pdf file that you can save to your computer (just right-click on the name above, save it to your computer and double-click to open it), learn bunches from it, and then share with your friends if they’re having the same issues. If you need a free PDF reader, grab one here.

Back to feed reading, once you’ve settled on your reader and installed/set it up (here’s a video for setting up Feedreader), come back to my site and click on



and you’ll be done!

Sounds good! What if I want to get your updates via email?

Then make it so, it’s as easy as melting ice cream in an oven! Just click on the envelope below and you’ll be taken to a signup window - add your email address, type in the verification letters (you’ll see them there) and click "Complete Subscription Request".


You’ll receive a confirmation request in your inbox from FeedBurner (the place that delivers my articles). Click on the acceptance link and voila, you’ll be done.

Got any questions?

Please feel free to drop me a line and I’ll help out in any way I can.

Enjoy, Barbara

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