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Are You a Busy Woman? A Very Simple Approach to Clean Cooking that Can Accelerate Your Love and Sex Life Now

Episode 135

Are You a Busy Woman? A Very Simple Approach to Clean Cooking that Can Accelerate Your Love and Sex Life Now

WITH

Ashleigh Leege

Dating Den Episode 135 – With Ashleigh Leege: Are You a Busy Woman? A Very Simple Approach to Clean Cooking that Can Accelerate Your Love and Sex Life Now

Are you so busy that you don’t have time to cook, so your waistline and your health suffer?

Do you keep promising yourself you’re going to stop the grab-and-go lifestyle and eat better, healthier when things slow down… but that never happens?

In this episode of The Dating Den, Marni talks with Ashleigh Leege about how to eat clean when you are time-strapped, single, dating, or in a relationship.

Ashleigh shares tips for saving time shopping, how to make nutritious vegetables versatile, and how to make preparing dinner a family event.

Key takeaways from this episode:
What eating ‘clean’ means
How to eat healthy when you are single
Time-saving tips for busy working women
How an apron can make you feel sexy
How to change your mindset about cooking

How Busy Women Can Connect More Deeply to People in Their Lives [5:57]

Ashleigh started noticing a pattern of allergies, disease, and illness in the people she loves. It was then she decided to begin creating ‘clean’ meals for her family.
Women need to believe they are worth clean, healthy meals and make time for it.
Changing your mindset and focusing on the things in life that are important to you is the first, big leap.

Tips for Cooking with a Guy or After a Busy Day at Work [33:19]

It sounds old school but putting on an apron can bring out your feminine, playful, nurturing self. And, if you are cooking for a date they can be super sexy.

The best part is, Ashleigh shares her top recipes for singles and dates.

Don’t miss this delicious episode!

Make a Connection:

Tweetables:

“We all suffer from not getting important things done because we don’t prepare.”

“If you take the time to prepare your meal plan reduces cortisol levels and stress for the rest of the week.”

“Putting on your favorite apron can be a great transition out of work mode.”

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