Updated: Aug 17
I added walking to my lifestyle seriously in 2002. My sister and I would meet up at Valley Green and hike the trail at 6:00 am every morning. We were not only seeking to get fit, but we were also in the process of active interviewing for new jobs. When we hiked those trails we were believing God for our next great opportunity. With my move in 2008 I made the big plunge and got rid of my car. I decided that my new location would be a walkable neighborhood and therefore I wouldn’t need a car. That way of living has truly helped me balance my health and wellness.
It’s 2021 now, and I am still walking and hiking. But I am also creating new ways to eat sustainably with a plant-based diet. If there was anything good for me in the pandemic it was that I found the opportunity to share a love of eating in a way that doesn’t harm people’s bodies, but instead revitalizes and fuels them. My goal is to create more opportunities for people to make the shift to a higher way of eating.