I’ve always been one to talk. Often I talk a lot. Often that talking is joined by lots of laughter. Always it’s accompanied by listening. Whether I’m writing an article, teaching a class, editing a manuscript, coaching a client, or helping my kids with their homework, I love to help others.
For me, words are where it’s at…whatever it is.
I’ve had some of my writing appear in some amazing books—Idiot’s Guide: Gluten-Free Eating, The FeminisFor many years after I graduated from Columbia Universityt Movement Today, and Reader’s Digest Know It All—and other fabulous places—The Writer, Scientific American Mind, AOL.com, and WomenOnWriting.com.
Since moving from New York, I’ve finished my master’s in creative writing, a certificate in technical and professional communication, and a certificate in editing.
In the background of all this studying, I found myself falling in love in the kitchen, tweaking and creating recipes. I decided to learn more and fell in love with the program with Meghan Telpner at the Academy of Culinary Nutrition, where I earned my culinary nutrition expert certification and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
For me, the kitchen has become where it’s at.
But I haven’t been able to leave my words out of the kitchen, so I decided to keep creating nutritious foods and coaching others to stay well.
I still spend time in the kitchen, teach online copyediting classes, coach others in staying healthy, edit manuscripts, and help with homework. There is lots of communicating, coaching, and laughter involved.
This is where it is at.
Do you have a question for me? Please let me know.