By day, I work in the tech world as a marketing strategist. Outside of work, I am a glutton for hobbies and staying busy. On the evenings and weekends, you can find me playing my violin in my old timey string band, salsa dancing, doing yoga, hiking, learning Greek and traveling.
Why do I blog?
I began this blog back in 2007 to document my study abroad adventure. Over the following years, it has gone through many iterations, to say the least.
Currently, my blog is focused, in large part, on food, nutrition and general health. After my own health issues came to a head a few years back, I’ve immersed myself in the world of health, nutrition, biohacking, functional medicine and figuring out what it means to be a high performance person and how to become the best version of myself. Yes, this is a work in progress. I think it always will be.
Many of my more recent posts focus on recipes I’ve customized for my diet. (No gluten, dairy, eggs, soy, nuts and sugar, to name a few). While many view food restrictions as a punishment, I actually see it as an opportunity to get creative and have fun experimenting in the kitchen.
In addition to recipes, I also frequently blog about my burger quest, yoga, music, travel and favorite products.
Keeping my blog ad-free has been important to me since the beginning. I’ve specifically chosen to not monetize my blog via advertising, pop ups or sponsored content and will only write about products/services I believe in and feel confident attaching my reputation to. AKA, occasionally, I’ll receive offers for sponsored posts and occasionally, I’ll accept. The most important thing for me is to keep my blog as authentic as possible.