Originally I began my blog as a piece to my website for my business RI Nutrition Housecalls.
Well things have been changing and change is a good thing. I no longer offer Nutrition Housecalls (but I have office hours elsewhere!) and therefore am in need of a new name for my blog. I haven’t had this much fun brainstorming since trying to come up with a roller derby name but I think I’ve finally settled on one that fits me quite perfectly. There are so many clever blog names out there. Some of my favorite blogs combine nutrition/food with running/fitness so you may be seeing more of that here in the future. As passionate as I am about anything and everything nutrition-related, I would like to expand my posts to topics covering other areas of health and wellness like exercise (especially my favorite– running!- if my heel ever heals 🙁 ), yoga, simplifying life and psychology. And basically anything else that interests or inspires me. The link between food and psychology thoroughly fascinates me and I hope to have many discussions revolving around that juicy subject.
My Virtual RD service has come to an end and I would like to thank everybody who contacted me. I met local people as well as somebody from as far away as the UK. I appreciate everybody’s time and feedback. If you are still in contact with me, please feel free to continue; I am just taking the service tab down from my website for no new people.
I will leave you with a very cool quote I found this morning. Have a wonderful Monday everybody!
“Too often we are scared. Scared of what we might not be able to do. Scared of what people might think if we tried. We let our fears stand in the way of our hopes.
We say no when we want to say yes. We sit quietly when we want to scream. And we shout with the others, when we should keep our mouths shut. Why? After all, we do only go around once. There’s really no time to be afraid.
So stop. Try something you’ve never tried. Risk it. Enter a triathlon. Write a letter to the editor. Demand a raise. Call winners at the toughest court. Throw away your television. Bicycle across the United States. Try bobsledding. Try anything. Speak out against the designated hitter. Travel to a country where you don’t speak the language. Patent something. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. JUST DO IT.” Barry Sanders