I was born and raised in Southern California, the youngest of two daughters. I attended college at Fordham University in New York City on an academic and partial athletic scholarship. After earning my degree in Communications and working for a few years as an Executive Assistant, I earned a law degree from Howard University in Washington, D.C.
Having graduating law school during the worst legal job market in a generation, I’ve worked a series of very unsatisfying jobs. I figured while I was going through trouble of reinventing myself in my career, I might as well get my health together, too. I was a fat child, a fat teenager, a fat 20-something and am now I fat 30-something. No matter. Now that I’ve grown up a bit and learned a lot more about health and wellness, I now know what really matters, and that the “fat” part is not so important after all. There are other things that are vital to your health that we all should be focusing on…and they are much more fun to talk about!
DISCLAIMER: I am not a doctor or a nutritionist. The information and advice on this site should not be used to diagnose or treat any illness. Please consult your physician (preferable integrative or holistic) before proceeding with any nutrition or fitness plan.