About Sarah

I believe that everyone has within them the potential to feel awesome.

I am a firm believer in the power of diet and lifestyle to effect powerful changes in the health of our brains and the quality of our lives. Sometimes, things in our environments and life situations can impede the potential to feel amazing and drag us down, giving us brain fog, physical health issues, depression and anxiety, or any number of other health issues. When you are experiencing a problem with your health, it is not typically a life sentence of misery, but a warning sign from your body and mind that something is off and needs to change.  My goal is to find the most effective strategies you can use to make changes in your diet and lifestyle to take control of your mind-body health and be the best version of yourself, whether that involves being a happier mom, getting better grades, staying focused at work, cultivating healthier relationships, or simply having a greater sense of peace in your life.

I’ve been obsessed with learning about health since my freshman year of high school (I was always the weird one who brought salad to the sleepovers), so I decided to make myself an honest woman and in May of 2017, I graduated from MTSU with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Food Science with a minor in psychology. I continue my pursuit of health knowledge by reading as many books as I can, scouring medical literature, and putting into practice the things I discover. What’s especially interesting to me is how the state of one’s mind is greatly affected by the habits you form, the things you eat, and the people you surround yourself with, and I love learning about obscure alternative health practices. I’ve had my own battles with depression and anxiety in my life, and I hope to be able to help others dig their way out without resorting to using pharmaceuticals as the only option.

I have an awesome life in Tennessee with my husband and one-year-old son, and we have a great time hiking, traveling, and reading together. I know I’m biased, but they are the cutest and smartest guys I know, and my love for them doesn’t fit into words. Some of my personal hobbies are playing the piano, Ashtanga yoga, exploring cool places and new cities, and cooking healthy food. Laughing at dumb jokes, discussing big ideas, and planning fun trips are what we are normally up to when we hang out as a family!

 

For inquiries or consulting, please check out the Contact Me section of my site. I hope to see you around! ????