Think of it as a gift from one singleton to another.
I am not telling you to exercise because I think you need to lose weight or change your body to find a mate.
I actually agree wholeheartedly with Brene Brown, author of “The Gifts of Imperfection” and “Daring Greatly,” that “you are worthy of love and belonging just as you are.” I’m telling you to exercise because it’s good for your body.
Exercise causes your brain to release endorphins that make you feel good.
CEO of a successful start-up, with your young-adult novel trilogy being turned into movies by your 35th birthday? It's great to, well, lean in—but many thirty-something women will admit that time seems to rapidly accelerate when in your 30s.