This past weekend, I visited the synagogue in which I grew up. It was the first time I had visited in a year and I was excited to introduce my baby daughter to friends there. Before I arrived, I felt a sense of returning home. Once there, I realized how there were many people I … Continue reading Home is Where You Are
My journey in revamping my marketing skills began this past winter. First I watched a TedTalk or two on the topic. Then I tried out a multilevel marketing gig. After getting set up, I decided the process wasn't for me, but I was grateful from what I had learned. Particularly in how this company sent … Continue reading 15 Different Ways to Ask: A Lesson in Marketing
In part one I discussed how if I can't financially sustain myself doing the type of nutrition work I am passionate about then I rather look to another field to make money and continue to do the nutrition work I love on the side, without the financial pressure. There is more to the story though. There … Continue reading Nutrition: My Profession, My Passion, Part 2
This morning it rained a lot after a pretty long dry spell. I can relate since in recent days I haven’t come upon any internal inspiration to write. My style of writing is not one in which I sit down and write every day for 60 minutes. Rather, I write when the words come to … Continue reading A CRACKED Laptop Screen Reminds Me To Pursue WHOLENESS
This morning I committed to finishing off the Thank You notes for my daughter's baby gifts. In my haste (there is only so much you can do during one's baby's nap!), I ended up making an extra Thank You note. Here I was with this extra note lying around: "Thank you very much for the … Continue reading Gratitude: Writing That Extra Thank You Note
You ever get that feeling of clarity, where multiple questions in your mind all of a sudden get figured out simultaneously? I had that this afternoon. I realized that the reason that I don’t want to work in most full-time dietitian positions is the same reason I don’t want to become a health coach for … Continue reading I Heart Nutrition: My Profession, My Passion
Gila caught my attention when she discussed how our culture has made us think we should look to our significant others to fill the void inside of us, when in reality we must first fill our inner emptiness and then bring that fuller self into the relationship. This idea is something that I have passionately … Continue reading The #1 Ingredient for Eating Healthy: Self-Care!