Sankovitch is a "former" environmental lawyer living in one of the richest neighborhoods in the country. She has four sons who range in age from 8 to 16 and are therefore presumably in school all day, and she has someone come clean her house once every two weeks. The biggest sacrifices she's had to make in order to stick to her plan? Get your tissues ready:
Still, to make this work she’s cut out a lot — the garden, The New Yorker, wasting time online, ambitious cooking, clothes shopping, coffee with friends.
Omigod, you're right, New York Times, that is a lot! But perhaps next time you could profile a middle-class woman with four sons and a job who manages to read a book every few weeks. Would be far more impressive.