I used to work for a law firm as a legal secretary. That was an education for sure. My last job was working at a Hospital Medical Center as a Financial Counselor. Had to go to patient's room and ask for copays. Hard to go into Trauma ICU and ICU and ask for money. Was very stressful and manager complained I didn't collect a lot of money. I told her to come with me and show me how it is done, and she left me alone. Owned my own businesses and that was working 365 days a year and 24/7 it never ended. Working for someone else was a treat until it became too stressful and I hung it up and retired.
When I was doing WW and I was yo-yoing. My leader told me it was because I was eating too much sodium. Told her she was cray cray. I don't have a salt shaker in my home. Well, I listened to her and kept my sodium at 1500mg a day and at the end of a week, I lost 7 lbs. Bev
I can agree you have a bizzy life. I remember when I worked, I would go to Starbucks before I got home to unwind. It worked for me. The reason I began on SP was because I was a WW for 12 years and got tired of paying the $40 to socialize. Because I knew all there was to know (I knew as much as the leader, and they changed them so often) and they could not teach me anything new. There was one leader that lost a total of 20 lbs, how on earth could she relate to me and I told her that. Not long after that I left with no regrets and someone told me about SP. Same as WW but free and the support was 24/7 not just one day a week, and the weigh ins were taking their toll with me. WW told me I HAD to weight in or leave, well that was my "swan song". I said asta bye bye and never looked back
Sorry to be so long winded. but wanted you to know how I understand. Where do you work?.