My mission is to help women be fully and unapologetically confident in who they are.
Powerful women often hear the word “bitch.” I think it’s time we embrace it.
Have you ever started researching health and wellness only to feel overwhelmed and restricted? I’ve been there. One day coffee’s great for you and the next day it might kill you! What’s real?! I help women navigate the insane amount of information in the world of wellness by connecting them to real, no-bullshit knowledge and advice about nutrition, health trends, self-care, and other topics women really care about. My philosophy is all about balance and honoring your uniqueness.
There is no one-size-fits all anything. We’ll work to discover what works best for your unique bioindividuality.
In a world of extremes, finding balance is so important. I want to help you find balance, starting with nutrition.
We will never focus on perfection – only progress. There’s no such thing as perfection anyway.
The act of choosing a coach is just as personal as the actual coaching sessions. Because of this, I think it’s only fair I share a little about myself with you.
I am honored that you are considering sharing your journey with me.
Like a lot of people, growing up, I ate a standard American diet – think things like Hamburger Helper, pizza, corn dogs… oh, and lots & lots of Mt. Dew. Basically, there was not a vegetable in sight.
This continued through my first couple years of college and it took me that long to realize how much what I was eating affected me, not just physically but mentally and emotionally as well.
As a Cancer sun sign with a Capricorn moon, you can imagine that I’m already extremely emotional, but my pessimism and easy-to-upset state was next-level. I saw no purpose in anything and just went through the motions of what I “should” do to get through life.
Around ten years ago, I started reading about nutrition and at least came to the realization that food could affect my mood as well as my body. But I was a sophomore in college. I was concerned with partying, boys, and passing my classes with as little sleep and studying as possible. I was maybe even more concerned with being skinny, which led to hours of cardio and bouts of fat burners that were wreaking even more havoc on my body and mental state, than really taking a vested interest in my health.
But it was brewing.
A couple years after college, I was sick of my own bullshit and really began absorbing the information I had discovered years earlier. I started incorporating foods I never would have eaten before. I even began to LIKE vegetables. But perhaps the most important thing – I started feeling better. The dark thoughts I would often have about myself and the world began to diminish.
I started taking in all kinds of health and wellness information and decided to go back to school for holistic nutrition. And that’s why you’re here!
I know that many women share a similar story – I am still living mine as well. And even if yours is not the same, I am here to hold space for you and I want you to know that you can have a great relationship with food.