Why hello there!


Hi, it’s me! I’m a stranger, I know. My original plan was to have blog posts on hold until mid August… hello mid(ish) October. Woah! I never did intend to have it be this long but life happens. The blog often crossed my mind and that negative self-talk crept in from time to time..

“I’m not productive enough”

“I overcommitted”

“I’m letting people down”

etc, etc. You know the feeling I’m sure. But I’m happy to say that I let those feelings come and go and for the most part did not hold my absence against me, and I hope you didn’t either.

Did you know life can get BUSIER than it is when you’re a student? Hell, I didn’t. It’s a beautiful kind of busy though. At the time of writing this I am a part-time professor at Acadia University (again, yay!), I’ve accepted a promotion and will be moving into the role of Registered Dietitian, Program Development Coordinator at Nourish Nova Scotia tomorrow, I’m the lead advocate in Nova Scotia for Diabetes Canada’s Diabetes 360 Strategy, and I’ve been taking on community nutrition presentations here and there. Woah!

But as I’ve said before, this is not a space where I intend to blab and brag about myself, but I just felt like I owed you an explanation for my absence. I can’t say I’m back on my regular schedule, posting every Sunday, quite yet, but I can say that I have some posts in my back pocket that will be rolling out, some guest writers that are working on awesome shit, and a couple innovative ideas moving forward. 

Bare with me and as always feel free to reach out if you have any personal inquires. Reach out through our Facebook or Instagram pages.

& for now, check out my latest post here


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