Job: Certified Holistic Health Counselor, Author and Speaker. Though as a child I wanted to be President of the United States.
Favorite food: Gnosis Raw Chocolate! Or, whatever is fresh and ripe from my garden.
Favorite activity outside of work: Playing with my son.
Biggest challenge: Staying focused on one idea is a challenge– because there is never a lack of great ideas! For instance, one of my wild ideas is that I want to run large-scale adventures that change lives!
Health concerns I've cleared up: My own depression, acne, migraine headaches and excess weight.
What I love about health coaching: I get to continue learning about my passions everyday, connect with amazing people on a truly intimate level, and explore this world and all it has to offer in profound and meaningful ways. IIN It gave me the foundation to counsel clients effectively, as well as the business training to run my own business.
About My Practice
My specialty: Food-based detox programs that help clients with weight loss, improved energy and clear skin. Clients learn to love healthy food and discovering the possibility of real health without guilt or deprivation. Nutrition connects people to their bodies, the universe and their soul’s true callings.
My favorite juicy question to ask my clients is: What would you be doing right now if money were no object?
How my life has changed: I get to help people make positive changes in their lives! What could be cooler than that? I have the meaningful career that I've always wanted. I also have the freedom to explore my passions on a daily basis while making a living.
My greatest success so far: I’ve published 3 books—The Great American Detox Diet, Living Vegan For Dummies, Vegan Cooking For Dummies. In the future, I see myself hosting my own cooking and health show.
The message I want to get out: Life can be delicious and healthy every day. The changes we make to feel better physically will also improve the quality of our communities, country, and the world
My favorite inspirational quote: “Life is a feast and some poor suckers are starving to death!” - Auntie Mame