I'm so glad you asked!
First of all, your nutrition is far more important in these situations. If you are not eating properly (and enough) to fuel your body, you won’t see the results you want, even if you're exercising every single day. Check out my meal plans here to get a jump start on your fitness!
Your body needs the right amounts of healthy fats, carbs, protein, and greens to function and make sure your muscles are fueled. Once you get that part down, then you can worry about the training part.
You do not need to workout 6 or 7 days a week to see results. Your body needs time to rest and recover.
Try working out every other day, and switching up the muscle groups each workout session. For example, work chest and back one day, rest the next, biceps and triceps, rest, legs and shoulders, rest, and repeat.
You could also try doing bodyweight workouts like the ones on my blog - alternating days and switching up the workouts often. You want to keep your body guessing. You don’t have to work out for a long period of time to see results, you just have to workout smart and effectively.