Lessons from My First Year as a Dietitian

I remember a distinct moment in my childhood when I was about four years old, sitting outside on the driveway, taking in the scenery of the houses across the cul-de-sac with their lovely trees and flowers and perfect landscaping. I thought about those people in those houses, all grown up with accomplished lives, and IContinue reading “Lessons from My First Year as a Dietitian”

The Trouble with the (Learning) Curve

Originally published on the Huffington Post: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/the-trouble-with-the-learning-curve_b_5949b6c1e4b0710bea889a54 There are few things that soothe my soul quite like a trip to the ballpark. It’s a place I associate with freedom and simplicity, one that grips my senses — sight, smell, taste, sound — and forces me to be completely present. The expansive, seemingly endless field ofContinue reading “The Trouble with the (Learning) Curve”

What Ben Folds Taught Me About the Law of Attraction

Originally published on the Huffington Post: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/what-ben-folds-taught-me-_b_12314656 Alone, tired, and fuzzy from my almost empty Solo cup of merlot, I sat in row M of the Calvin Theater wondering if I should have just stayed home to watch Orange is the New Black and sleep. It had been a long week of working and thinking and planningContinue reading “What Ben Folds Taught Me About the Law of Attraction”