In a world where food is labelled and listed in groups of good or bad, where people are afraid of eating the wrong things and meals are focused on counting calories rather than eating delicious food, Rachel brings us back to the basics- showing us that cooking is love made visible, that food brings people together
“Keep pushing yourself until you find what fuels you”
“After I learned a bit more about myself, I was able to share those parts with others, and I leaned on my support net for love and acceptance that I couldn’t always find in myself. So, my advice is to have a conversation with yourself, learn about yourself, stop hiding you from you.”
….With very little knowledge of what awaited us on the other side of that decision, we took on the challenge the same way we had approached our baby pregnancy weight: head on…
“…trust in my passion to be part of a change movement that was bigger than all of us. This was the capstone experience that had finally brought all of my worlds together…”
Tina Singh, a women who’s vision to bring the discussion of cultural diversity to the forefront of social media has been a voice of education, inspiration and most importantly she has been a voice of impact.
Vanessa, a fierce, beautiful, bright young woman who left her corporate career in marketing determined to become an entrepreneur. Sometimes you don’t need a definitive plan to put both feet in a canoe and see where the paddles take you. This mom of 2 did just that