Next Life: From Legal Eagle to Frozen Yogurt Mini-Mogul
While working as an assistant district attorney in Manhattan, Chloe Epstein wanted a more flexible work schedule to accommodate her growing family. So the mother of three decided to become a real estate broker. For four years between apartment showings, she would treat her brood to frozen yogurt at low-cal meccas such as Tasti D-Lite and Pinkberry, yet she was always worried about what was in the sweets. “With the kids, I became less calorie-concerned and really concerned with the ingredients,” says Epstein.
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