Author: Beth

  • Podcast Debut
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    Podcast Debut

    Unveiling the Adventures of Recording and Reaching New Audiences! Hey there, fellow podcast enthusiasts! Today, I’m excited to share my thrilling journey of diving headfirst into the world of podcasting. Initially, my nerves to hitting the record button were on edge. Luckily, I discovered that this extraordinary experience was professional, yet enjoyable! I recorded my…

  • High Protein Snacks
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    High Protein Snacks

    Fueling Fun with Healthy Goodies! Snack time is about to get a delicious upgrade! It’s time to unleash the power of protein and make snack time the highlight of your little ones’ day. Get ready to dive into a world of healthy goodies that fuel their adventures with a smile! I am most successful when…

  • Intuitive Eating for Kids

    Are you tired of constantly worrying about your child’s eating habits? Do you want them to grow up with a healthy relationship with food? Intuitive eating for kids is a great way to help them develop a positive and intuitive relationship with food. What is Intuitive Eating? First things first, let’s talk about what intuitive…

  • Eat the Rainbow
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    Eat the Rainbow

    It’s National Nutrition Month, and what better time to start teaching your kids about the importance of healthy eating habits? Eat the rainbow is a simple method to help focus your efforts by choosing a variety of colors in your foods. We all know it’s important to eat a balanced diet, but how do we…

  • Nutrition Books

    Nutrition Books

    Welcome to the world of children’s nutrition books! These books are a great way to introduce your little ones to the importance of healthy eating and the benefits of a balanced diet. But let’s be real, getting kids to eat their veggies can be a bit of a challenge. That’s where these fun and creative…

  • Imposter Syndrome is Real

    Previously, I would say that my mindset could use a heaping scoop of improvement. I wouldn’t be exaggerating if I had said a 5-gallon bucket-worth of mindset adjustment. I realize I limit myself with fears of failure, feeling like a fraud and concern with how others might perceive my efforts.  As I have pondered these self-limiting…

  • Kirkus Reviews

    Kirkus Reviews

    Reading my Kirkus Review was riddled both with nerves and excitement. I feel encouraged as a first time author that others will also enjoy my book.

  • Decisions Will Come and Go

    Think about all of decisions you have to make. These decisions can vary in size. They can be small, such as what to have for breakfast. They can be medium-sized…what should I call my business? or what should my logo look like? They can be big, such as should I change my career? These decisions…

  • I Gave Her Words

    I Gave Her Words

    As a hospital dietitian, I visit patients with a variety of medical conditions. Some of these patients suffer from multiple challenges. On one occasion, I assessed a woman who had reconstructive bowel surgery. Because of the rerouting that took place during the surgery, she needed to change what she would eat after leaving the hospital.…

  • Foodie Fun

    Foodie Fun

    When 5pm comes around at my house, opening the fridge and deciding what is for dinner is a dreaded task. The worst phrase I hear is “Mom, what’s for dinner?” Can someone else answer this question for me?