Becoming a lifestyle, health and wellness coach
The doctor discounted my feelings.
I felt rundown. Low energy. Monday mornings weren’t the problem. No matter how much I slept, all mornings were the issue. I couldn’t keep up with my toddlers. Work was a nightmare. My house was a mess. I was irritable. I was exhausted.
The doctor blamed my low energy on being a mom. (Not much I could do about that now!) It was if I was doomed to a sluggish life forever. The doctor’s comment hit me like a fist to my stomach.
If I was going to be this exhausted throughout motherhood, what would I do?
It was then that I knew I needed to take my health into my own hands.
I started learning all I could. I enrolled in the Academy of Culinary Nutrition* to learn how to prepare healthy, nutritious meals for my family. As I started learning more, my tiredness faded.
As I spoke to friends and spread the word, I knew I wanted to share my knowledge and passion. In quick succession, I enrolled in the Institute for Integrative Nutrition* and then the health and wellness coaching program at the University of North Carolina Greensboro.
These trainings have have helped me reach my goal to be your coach.
Being a coach lets me help you achieve your goals and to partner with you to reach your dreams.
Let me put my caring attitude and health and wellness knowledge to work for you to help you solve problems and be with you on your wellness journey.
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