Meet Mel Mason as she tells us about "Doing Grocery Shopping Right"!
Mel Mason is a delightfully blissed out wife, mom, massage therapist, holistic health coach, yogi, hiker, outdoor enthusiast, volunteer deejay, music/charity event coordinator, writer, happily average athlete, and is owned by five cats and one insanely adorable rescued pit bull, Mandy. The only two phrases not allowed to be uttered in her presence are “I'm bored” and “I can't.”
Mel completed her undergraduate degree in psychology with a biological emphasis at the University of Arizona in 1998. She was employed at Andrew Weil’s Program in Integrative Medicine from 1997 until 2007 where she designed and developed interactive web content for physicians who wanted to incorporate alternative modalities into their medical practice. In 2008, Mel graduated from The Providence Institute as a Licensed Massage Therapist. She is the founder and CEO of From Knotty To Nice. Captivated by nutritional science and the enormous role lifestyle plays in food choice, she enrolled at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in February of 2010. As of January 2011, she is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, as well as the founder and CEO of From Here To Whole. She works with individuals and groups, offering practical ways to infuse whole foods into every meal, and tapping the inner spark that helps her clients reach their true potential in the areas of career, relationships, creative pursuits, and spiritual practice. She's seen all kinds of ridiculously positive changes in peoples' lives, and it feeds her spirit like nothing else.
In describing Doing Grocery Shopping Right, Mel tells us this:
For the first time in human history, there is a surplus of food. There's also a surplus of information and marketing regarding how and what to eat, and it can get confusing in a hurry. Evidence suggests that food choice plays a key role in staying healthy. And just what is “health?” It's a big question to explore, there's no doubt. The foundation of all health begins with the body's ability to protect itself from that which causes disease. What causes disease? Again, a big topic. There has been no invention in the pharmaceutical industry that can mimic the power and precise chemistry of the human immune system. It's by far the most powerful tool we have to avoid and/or fight disease. What strengthens and maintains this most powerful force in the fight for your health? FOOD. What you put in your shopping cart matters, big time. I'll provide practical, easy tips for buying the kinds of food that boost immunity and promote vitality. When viewed as an opportunity to increase quality of life, a trip to the grocery store can become an absolute joy, rather than another item on the to-do list.
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Meet Rob Endres as he tells us about Doing Investing Right!
Robert L. Endres recently joined Stonebrook Capital Management as an Investment Advisor. Formerly a Partner at Ferguson Financial Group, Inc., Rob spent the past ten years as a Certified Insurance Counselor, Independent Agent, and Sales Manager, specializing in commercial and personal lines insurance, life & health insurance, and annuities. Rob has a BS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
In "Doing Investing Right," Rob gives us an overview of what investment advisors do.
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Meet Michelle Barone as she tells us about Doing Passions Right!
Michelle Barone is a family therapist, and parent educator/natural learning consultant. She is also a Certified Neuro Emotional Technique practitioner and a Diplomate in Comprehensive Energy Psychology. She weaves her knowledge and experience together to support and facilitate change and growth in mind, body and spirit. Her passion is helping people live in joy and harmony.
Michelle feels so honored to be a guide for people on their life's journey. She loves homeschooling/unschooling, watching children blossom, and seeing families living lives worth living. She works with adults as they heal and/or transform their life wounds to create the lives they want.
In "Doing Passions Right," Michelle tells us about her passion of helping people connect to their joy and the use of energy psychology/medical tools (specifically pondering and playing) to do just that.