The DAOFitlife Blog & Book

The DAO blog, and the upcoming book, is here for busy women who don’t have time to figure it out – written from the perspective of the busy career woman who gets it. There is no promise of instant gratification or overnight success. But there is a path to life-transforming, next level, love what you see in the mirror results. This is the DAO. This is the way.

Lili in Montreux

Lili Kazemi, Editor-in-Chief

I’m not a fitfluencer. I am a fitness nerd. One who is a corporate type, like you. I love my job, and I love fitness just as much.

I made fitness my side hustle and learned a lot over the years – about what to do and what NOT to do. Like you, I felt overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information. I didn’t know what expert to believe. I expected to find, if I looked hard enough, one perfect blueprint to the perfect diet and the perfect exercise plan. I only learned that like everything else worth pursuing in life, this isn’t an instant gratification. It is a path, and we have to walk it.

Even though my path is still evolving, I am here to show you how to find yours. From a comparable vantage point – a busy, on-the-run career, where work-life balance is already a struggle.

My upcoming book, the DAO of Being a Fit Professional, will help professional women navigate the path toward fitness, balance, and more importantly, happiness.

Rahul Singh, Publisher

My husband, Rahul, who’s an actual nerd, likes to make websites as a hobby while he helps Fortune 500 companies architect, build, and manage their global business platforms a his company Anant. He is helping me by managing the publishing process, and with the technology know-how I need to get this blog up and running.

Galaxy Supervising Rahul's work on the blog.

Galaxy Singh, CEO and supervisor

Galaxy is our furbaby and has considerable responsibility, including supervising Rahul’s publishing and my blogging. She is a rescue and as such reminds us how fortunate we are to have found her at the shelter 4 years ago. She is our muse and an excuse to spoil rotten.