Busy women don’t have time for tons of exercise or fad diets. Instead, learn how to make better food choices in favor of a balanced, lower-calorie diet is a sustainable way to maintain your weight.
I slipped through the backroom door, allowing it to swing shut behind me. leaning on a nearby shelf, I closed my exhausted, sore eyes. I could still hear them. On the other side of the door, the rabid black Friday shoppers sounded more like a cattle auction than patrons of a trendy teen apparel store.
I exhaled. I didn’t have time to stand there doing nothing. I’d be wrangling retail deal seekers well beyond midnight, and I needed to use my 1-hour lunch break to finish a paper for one of my grad school classes.
My jeans pinched my waist as I bent over to grab my laptop and a bag of sweetened dried fruit. A flash of hesitation fluttered up to my chest as I gripped the bag. I shouldn’t be eating this, I thought. But there just wasn’t time to go get something else. There was never time.
20 pounds later, I wished I’d made the time.