As a woman who used to hate the kitchen, I am passionate about helping busy women love their bodies, improve their health, and draw their families together.
[i don’t believe in]: guilt • perfection • hours in the kitchen • a right way • complicated rules • fancy equipment • or the latest cookware
[i do believe in]: family dinners • meaningful conversations • feeling awesome • mother’s pride • traditions • knowing where your food comes from • teaching kids about nutrition • having the body you always wanted!
As a serial entrepreneur, I have always had a passion for business. What I was NOT passionate about was the kitchen. I was never one of those women who loved cooking. I dreaded planning meals, making grocery lists, fixing dinner and I never knew what to bring to a potluck.
I was a sugar/carb addict, but since I was blessed with the ‘skinny’ gene, it wasn’t a big problem…until I hit 40. That’s when I was always bloated and couldn’t seem to control my weight by working out or cutting calories.
I never really thought about where food came from as long as it was convenient. My kids grew up off of pre-packaged, boxed foods. And, while I always tried to make healthy choices and count calories, I did not understand the role of nutrition. I definitely did not see the power of food to bring our family together.
Today it’s a whole new story.
With everything I have learned and experienced, I am on a mission to help people feel good so they can have the energy to carry out their own life’s work.
- To learn how to use food to create an unstoppable energy.
- To bring your family together.
- To inspire your kids to live healthy lives.
- To get the body you’ve always wanted.
- To feel sexy and appealing again.
- To experience a smooth transition into menopause and beyond.
I’m lucky that I stumbled into a new path. But, there’s nothing extraordinary about what we’ve done. If I (a Martha Stewart drop-out) can find a way to Reclaim Dinner, make nutrient-dense whole foods part of daily life, eat at home 90% of the time, and transform the pickiest eaters into food adventurers…you can definitely do it!