You get high on challenge and creating successful outcomes, but you’re exhausted.
You’re the closer, the one who seals the deal, but low energy is affecting your productivity and ability to focus and concentrate.
You’re smart. And you know ignoring nagging chronic symptoms is not smart.
You learned how to create success in your career and in your relationships early in life. It paid off… but, damn, not matter what you do, you wake up exhausted. And though you do things considered healthy, you’ve lost your swagger, just beneath the polished surface.
You sacrificed your health on route to success.
The good news is I know how to help.
Here’s the deal:
Several years back I got very sick. So sick, in fact, that sick became my identity.
I went from one doctor for this symptom, to another for that symptom. I spent what felt like a lifetime in examining rooms and depressing waiting rooms, and still my body continued to spiral downward with no relief from chronic symptoms.
I recognized that if I were ever going to get better, I’d have to find the solution myself.
So I did a classic deep-dive study into healing while I went to school to earn my formal degrees. I continued with post-graduate certifications in nutrition, digestive health, detoxification and the study of human potential, with good old-fashioned trial and error to find the gold I needed to feel good again —> The realization that traditional medicine all but overlooks how food impacts upon our digestive health, and how a breakdown in any one of the digestive processes impacts upon our overall health and wellbeing.
For the past 25 years I’ve put health, healing, energy and vitality under a rigorous, probing lens. I learned that food matters. Healthy digestion matters. A clean body matters. And nothing good comes from anything less, personally and professionally. I’ve transformed my health and my life, and I’m going to help you transform yours. I got my sass back, and we’re going to get yours back too.
Education: Mount Holyoke College • Boston College • Cornell University • Institute of Integrative Nutrition
Affiliations: Forbes Coaches Council, Toastmasters International, CC
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A Few Fun Facts About Me:
I received a full-scholarship to Mount Holyoke College, our country’s first college for women, when I was 36 years old.
I am fiercely loyal.
I traveled through the villages and cities of Italy alone in a pure Eat, Pray Love kind of way, but I went back to the same trattoria near every night when in Florence — they chopped my salad table-side and spoke sweet-nothings in Italian, what can I say — it's all about the accent!
I get HIGH on smart people, and for me, like Howard Gardner, smart shows up in oh-so many ways.
Intelligence without kindness means nothing to me.
I’ve got the best son in the world, and he’s nearly my age! (I'll never tell!) (Wink) And I adore this human being.
I was once very sick, but now I’m not. Like not at all. Never.
When I realized I wasn’t at the highest outside viewing deck of the Eiffel Tower, I climbed one more little spiral staircase to find the city of Paris and the Arc de Triumph aglow! I couldn’t leave this previously never-in-my-dreams nighttime skyline for well over an hour, though I initially said I'd never go all the way to the top for fear of heights!
I’ve walked on fire 5x. Yes. Walked. On. Fire. 5x! With Tony Robbins (mind over matter, baby, that’s where the sweet juice of life exists!)
I swam across Bantam Lake in Connecticut with my friend Laurie when I was a 12 years old.
I drink 32 ounces of green juice everyday, but sometimes it looks red from the beets.
I spent near all my life in abbeys and monasteries. My Dad, Brother Domenic (but really Eugene William Egan to me), was a Brigittine monk for 25+ years, and my Aunt Bobby (always Aunt Bobby to me) was a Trappestine nun for 60+ years.
I cried when I sat in front of Leonardo DaVinci's paintings at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence = he was a mind-boggling brilliant!
I love to dance, laugh and have fun…
I LOVE to learn.
…And I LOVE to ride my bike or a moped around my most favorite place, Martha's Vineyard — this might be my all time favorite thing to do ever too!