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9 Simple Weight Loss Tips for Working Women

Updated: Jan 22, 2019


9 Weight Loss Tips for Working Women
9 Weight Loss Tips for Working Women

Women are the ultimate multi-taskers. We are so busy working hard and taking care of everyone else that sometimes we don't have enough time left to take care of ourselves. Even with a full plate (no pun intended), it is possible for you to lose weight. Here are 9 simple weight loss tips for super busy working women.


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1. Don’t Skip Meals


We’re all guilty of it! But skipping meals can actually prevent weight loss and cause weight gain by slowing down the metabolism and causing blood sugar levels to plummet. This phenomenon leads to overeating during the next meal.


2. Break Up Your Work Out Routine


It can be hard to consistently chisel 30 or 60 minutes of your day. Therefore, try breaking up your work out into three 10-minute workouts throughout the day. Squeeze in a quick in-home workout before work, some squats, sit-ups or push-ups during lunch, and a nice walk or jog after work. Think about it: we are accustomed to doing a lot of little things here and there to save money (clip coupons, buy store brands, etc.) because it saves time and the savings add up. So, let’s treat exercise the same way! A little activity here and there will save us time and the results will add up if done consistently.


3. Eat Smaller Portions


Eating less does not cost more time or money. Most people require 1,200-1,500 calories/day to drop pounds in a healthy way. For many, this means smaller portions, skipping dessert or foregoing second helpings.


4. Celebrate Small Steps Towards a Healthy Lifestyle


Ditch the all or nothing mentality. Every small step you make towards a healthier lifestyle counts and should be celebrated! People often have the misconception that they have to kill themselves at the gym or forsake all of their favorite foods to be healthy; therefore, they quit before starting and don’t even try. Rather than looking at the entire day as either a success or failure, try to make every decision towards health count. For example, just because you ate one bad meal doesn’t mean you should blow the rest of the day, and if you didn’t hit the gym that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t watch your calorie intake.


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5. Make Simple Food Swaps


Many food swaps throughout the day can save you major calories. How about fruit for a snack rather than candy? Or a side salad as opposed to a side of fries? Remember, drinks have calories too! Try drinking more water than juices and sodas. Another easy example could simply be using less sugar in your coffee.