Just yesterday while discussing global warming, the end of winter, and the beginning of spring, I was remembering “Midnight Sun,” one of my favorite Twilight Zone episodes. The Plot: A woman (Lois Nettleton) tries to survive as the earth hurtles toward the sun. Needless to say, it was a chilling episode, and its end twist even more disturbing!Now, fast forward to this morning’s headlines: NASA scientists reported that the massive earthquake that hit Chile (magnitude 8.8) on Saturday, appears to have shifted the Earth’s axis, thus shortening our days. According to early calculations, 1.26 microseconds shorter.Earthquakes shift massive amounts of rock and therefore, alter the distribution of mass on the planet, thus changing the planet’s rotation rate. The rotation rate determines the length of the day.A microsecond is one-millionth of a second. Clearly, a 1.26 microsecond shift is not the end of the world, but still – rather disconcerting – no? And for us nighttime eaters, every microsecond counts!For more on nighttime eating! … 10 Ways to Curb, Control & Conquer Your Nighttime EatingMindless eating occurs primarily at night, after dinner, when – after a long, sometimes difficult day – you sit down and relax. What to do? Understand it and plan for it!Here, Janice Taylor, Weight Loss Coach and Our Lady of Weight Loss, the patron saint of permanent fat removal (she who guides her), give you:10 Ways to Curb, Conquer and Control Nighttime Eating1. Awareness First. Nighttime is often a vulnerable time of day. You might be tired. You may have said, “No, thank you,” numerous times throughout your day, and you’re worn down. It could be, more likely than not, that this is the first time that you are able to focus on your personal life and it’s bringing up anxiety. Know that you are not alone. We could all (me especially) blow a day of healthful eating within 10 minutes of nighttime snacking! Just knowing what to expect is helpful. … READ ON!Join with me at Omega:Our Lady of Weight Loss EnLIGHTens; Health, Happiness & Well-BeingJanice Taylor, a 55-pound big-time-loser, wants to forever change the way we experience health, wellness, dieting, food, and ourself. She has a mission: to make health and weight loss fun and create balance and harmony in our life. … READ ON!Spread the word … NOT the icing!Janice_________________________________________Your GAIN is MY PAIN. How can I help YOU?In need of a coach? Write Janice!