Job: Founder of Mompreneur Wellness. When I was a child I wanted to be a photojournalist traveling the world and connecting with people.
Favorite snack food: Quality corn chips and salsa, green smoothies, green juices.
Favorite activity outside of work: Work and play and life are so intertwined for me!
Wildest dream: To take my children on an adventure around the world for a year, documenting our adventures through photographs and a book.
Biggest challenge: To live from a place of love and not fear. I need to remind myself of this daily.
Health concerns I've cleared up: Low energy, fatigue, and mental drama. Seriously.
Nutrition education is important because: It provides wisdom and knowledge to not only survive, but to thrive as healthy, vibrant people. This is so important, because many people are learning how to feed themselves through information provided in commercials.
What I love about Integrative Nutrition: It feels like a new universe opened for me from attending IIN. For real. The energy, authenticity and the lack of dogma. I, and my beliefs, have always been supported. I value the knowledge and the amazing connections I've made. IIN spoke to my desire to take action in my own life and in helping others. The personal development, along with the nutrition theories and business building is what brought me in the door.
About My Practice
My specialty: Teaching entrepreneur women, who are also moms, how to fuel their success with healthy eating.
The top results my clients get from working with me are: Energy and clarity to live the life they desire. Skills and tools to feed their families healthy foods.
My favorite juicy question to ask my clients is: So if you know it's not working, why are you still doing it?
In addition to seeing clients, I also: Have a book, and online programs. I use social media, especially Twitter, as my main tool for connecting with moms.
How I am making a difference in my community: I try to be active in my local community, and in my online communities by being an advocate and example of living an authentic life that blooms from a healthy lifestyle.
My greatest success so far: Is writing a book. I've always wanted to do that. It was number one on my bucket list.
In the future, I see myself: Contributing to the world by supporting the growing numbers of powerful women who are running business and raising a family. I think their influence is changing the world.
The message I want to get out: Wellness is a journey, not a destination. Being authentic and powerful comes from being connected to your own essence. Clean, healthy eating allows that to shine forth.
My favorite inspirational quote: “Don’t worry about what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and do that. Because what the world needs are people who have come alive.” —Howard