It's great that you have found weight loss success and great that you have a built in 'girlfriend' who happens to run in the same circle as you do. Congrats too on probably being a 'self employed' businesswoman.
The article didn't quite specify whether you had to be out of the home and at a 'job' by a certain time. It's certainly a privilege and a perk to work when/if you want/need to.
For most of us working women, we balance families, 8hr a day jobs that remove us from our homes 40hrs out of the week plus other commitments. As WE all know, time is a calculated and precious commodity. Marketing for and preparing meals are determined days, sometimes weeks, in advance. Leisurely strolls around the neighborhoods are taken when 'time' permits. Sessions at a gym are usually crack-of-dawn AM or hoot-owl PM. Cocktail parties....what's that?
Don't take this the wrong way...but working class women who have balanced a nutritious eating plan coupled with a somewhat convenient fitness plan ALONG with family and other commitments are really the stars that shine the brightest.
Keep going forward because there's no looking back.
07/22/2016 - 7:38am
Never give up Forgive yourself and start over. I am continually on this journey. Drinking cucumber infused water right now hoping all of us reach our forever goal of healthy living!
07/18/2016 - 12:44pm
This article has some helpful tips on cooking for 1:
— Sarah Hoff
04/10/2014 - 11:18am
I live alone and your recipes are for four servings! HELP!!!
04/10/2014 - 10:00am
Eating low calories food
02/27/2014 - 12:08pm
Do you have a recipe?
02/19/2014 - 1:47pm
SOUP! It's got to be the most versatile meal. Having moderately high cholesterol I created a vegan soup with cholesterol lowering, fiber rich, heart healthy ingredients. These include: low sodium veggie broth, lots of kale,plus carrots, celery, garlic, Bob's Red Mill Soup Mix, more lentils, green beans, navy beans, 1 can no salt added tomatoes, curry, turmeric, black and cayenne pepper. Low cal and very nutritious. It makes a huge batch and freezes well. When I reheat it in the microwave, I add mushrooms and any left over veggies (usually broccoli). I eat a bowl of this everyday for lunch. Keeps me satisfied until dinner and I never grow tired of it.