I’ve found it really challenging to stay active in this space over the last year or so. That isn’t because I don’t care about health and nutrition anymore, because I definitely do. In fact, I’m probably more passionate about my personal food journey at this point in time than I have been since I was actually in nutrition school, and that’s a great feeling. I’ve made some shifts since the warmer weather has started including becoming more actively plant-based since watching Cowspiracy, and embarking on a five-day juice cleanse in the spring which felt amazing.
But I’ve also become pretty invigorated by some other things. For one, I’ve been teaching more yoga classes and have been experiencing some really great shifts as a result including a more regular personal practice, and this really unexpected sense of fulfillment that I haven’t managed to find through any other activity.
But even further away from that, and perhaps even because I’ve been better supporting my personal health is that I’ve begun to feel more creatively inspired, particularly in the realms of design. Over the past year, I’ve been working on learning graphic design through online resources, and books, I’ve been working with an awesome company in North Carolina, and I’ve started putting my portfolio together.
Anyway, the point of this quick post is just to let you know that as a result of the changes going on in my life, these changes are going to be reflected here on the blog as well. I may still occasionally post about nutrition-related topics, but I’m planning to get more focused on sharing my design learnings and journey. I’m so excited to show you some of the things I’ve been working on.