Our expert says:
You might try to increase the intensity of exercise a little bit, to make more of the time you have available. I don't mean go out and kill yourself, but lifting the intensity, even if it's just for 10 minutes in a session may make a difference.
The timing is also important. You've only been at it for a week and that's not enough time - you're looking at a month to 2 months to achieve real results, so give it time.
Finally, remember that your dinner is often the biggest meal of the day, and that doesn't really help weight loss, you might benefit from a smaller dinner, but increased size of lunch or breakfast.
Be patient and it will come, but it does take time!
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