You may remember Alex Bogusky of Crispin Porter + Bogusky fame has been penning a book about, of all things, dieting. The 9-Inch Diet is officially in stores this week. The New York Post has a little blurb on how the book came about that we found interesting.
His “eureka” moment came after buying a 1940s lake house. The co-chairman of Crispin Porter + Bogusky, an ad agency, discovered the old kitchen cabinets wouldn’t fit his dinner plates. So he did some research and found out that in the past 30 years, plates have gone from 8.5 inches in diameter to 12 inches.
Buy it on Amazon here if you went slightly overboard like we did in December. Although you are looking fine in those sweatpants.