Hi Irene! I think that using a narrow eating window is a great way to consistently initiate the body's natural repair mechanisms. It taps into an ancestral lifestyle of caloric scarcity that our body expects and can relieve cultural pressure to be eating constantly.
A couple of things to consider. First, there is some research about women experiencing more resistance to intermittent fasting than men. I believe this is perfectly okay, so if this style of eating doesn't work for you, then honor that. Second, in my health coaching practice, I consider intermittent fasting to be a "graduate-level" lifestyle behavior. What do I mean by this? You may need to finish some per-requisites first: having a metabolism that's primarily running on fat instead of carbs, adequately managing daily stress, a consistent healthy sleeping pattern. Without these foundations, fasting can be miserable and detrimental.