After several in depth conversations that I was having with myself about my decision to go back to school I decided to call my alma mater; good old Ohio U. Certainly there would be someone there who could give me advice about contiuing my RD degree and whether or not it was worth it. I dialed the dietetics department and within two rings it was answered by the overlly helpful and cheerful head of Dietetics, Dr. H. I laid it out for him telling him every thought I had about going back and why I had convinced myself that maybe I was making the wrong decision. His answer was uplifting and clarifide each and everyone of my concerns. He first informed of the many, many alternative avenues that RDs have now-a-days apart from the typical hospital career. Secondly, he reminded me of the importance of having that license if I really wanted to get serious in the nutrition field. I would need credentials and education that would only come from an RD degree. He erased all my fears and I am rejuvinated once again. When in doubt call someone who knows.
Home will always be Buffalo, NY but as a military wife I've called many cities home at one point. Currently, it's NC and will be for another few years.
I have a journalism undergrad degree and have always loved to write. I'm currently going back to school for an online dietetics degree through KSU.
I decided to start blogging because of my love of writing, cooking and healthy living. Maybe just for me but hopefully I can have a positive impact on someone's life.
I am a personal trainer at Gold's gym and I love learning more and more about how amazing our bodies work. I have a true passion for all things healthy and I think good nutrtion is the most important thing one could do for him/herself.
One day I plan on becoming a natural foods chef and writing for a major heath magazine or journal.
I cherish each and everyday of my life and am blessed to have such a wonderful family and great friends. I am married to my soul mate, best friend and all time hero who loves and supports me unconditionally. Each new day is a blessing and I wake up filled with gratitude every morning.