When you decide to start a 2nd career at the age of 25 in an industry that is significantly less profitable than the industry you are leaving, you will inevitably experience moments of doubt, fear, and possibly even twinges of regret. While I have absolutely experienced the first two, I am lucky enough that I have never regretted walking away from a steady paycheck, paid travel, and an annual bonus. That is not to say that I am not looking for both personal and professional success in the field of nutrition; that only means that sometimes success is measured differently than in $ $ bills, y’all.
I had one of my first significant moments of success yesterday when I read my own name on HuffPost Healthy Living – right in print and everything!
Continue to HuffPost Health to read this great story by Stacy Kennedy, MPH, RD, CSO, LDN and myself regarding the great fat debate – What exactly is a “good” fat versus a “bad” fat? I wrote the material relating to fat and cancer while interning at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute this past year.
- The Aspiring RD