Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday, PWN!

Today you are 1.

You have taught us a lot over the past year! We learned about the benefits of apple cider vinegar, the truth behind some of our favorite foods like agave nectar and bagels, the importance of eating raw honey, and what bioavailability means. We also learned about the importance of certain foods, like coconut oil and kale, and how certain mechanisms work inside of our bodies, like vitamin D and metabolism.

Looking forward to all that Year 2 has to offer…


Changes at PWN Blog

Tomorrow marks the 1-year anniversary of the PWN blog! I cannot believe that it’s been an entire year since I embarked on this little nutrition blogging experiment. My original intent was to share some bits of nutrition wisdom that I was picking up at school and in my other experiences, and I stuck with this all year. I also set a goal for myself: to blog every weekday, with the exception of a few holidays and vacations when it would be extremely difficult to blog. I am happy to say that I accomplished this!

Unfortunately, my goals for year 2 are not quite as ambitious… at least in the blogging world. I am well into my second (and final) year of nutrition school, and it is much busier than the first. Besides being a full-time student, I am working as an intern at Belly Bliss, teaching nutrition at the University of Denver as part of a 1-year research study in the psychology department, and seeing clients – both over the phone and in person. All of these things are exciting and I absolutely love being immersed in the nutrition world. However, in order to stay afloat, I have decided to cut back on blogging. I should probably also mention that I am 4 months pregnant with our first baby, so selfishly I’d like a little extra time to nest as well!

I’m still planning on blogging – especially when I come across something that I think all of you will appreciate or benefit from. It will just be less frequent – think once or twice per week instead of five days per week. And I hope you will continue to leave me comments and e-mail me with things you’d like to learn more about! It is always helpful to hear from you.

Thank you for being my loyal readers. I hope you continue to follow PWN and continue to learn more about nutrition and health. And an extra big thanks to my #1 fan – you know who you are.

In the meantime, continue to eat well. Please keep me in mind if you or someone you know is interested in nutritional counseling. Right now I am offering my student rate through June. You can check out my website here for more information. Also, remember that I do phone consultations as well as in-person visits, so if you don’t live in the Denver area, we can still work together.

Have a great week everyone!