Wendy started her corporate career when she was in high school and stuck with it for 20 years. “I had to skip college and work full time so I could make more money to take care of my daughter,” she says.
After a few years, she knew her corporate job wasn’t part of her long-term goals, but Wendy had a baby girl at home and another one on the way, so she felt it was best to keep climbing the corporate ladder. Unfortunately, she was working long hours, spending less time at home, and knew without a college degree, her climb would be a lot harder than that of her co-workers.
The stress of knowing her potential was limited put a strain on Wendy’s energy and eventually led to poor eating habits. Despite earning a