Why I Created This Website

In all honesty, this website and blog has been in the works for a few years now. The wheels for this project began spinning in my last year of University in 2014, when an amazing professor I had, continuously reminded me that I needed to brand myself. No word of a lie, on a daily basis, thanks “Jessica Power Cyr!” Growing up in a business family, I knew that this was something I eventually wanted to do; I just was not quite sure how to connect the dots, and how I wanted to express myself. This past June, I finally finished school (I think? Maybe one day will go back…Never say never!), and I have now added Holistic Nutritional Consultant to my resume. Since then, it has felt like perfect timing to create this website/blog. However, this stuff is no joke, seriously! Countless hours on end, bouncing ideas off of friends and family, the support that I have had has been incredible. This project has brought me so much happiness, and it is something that I have put my heart into.

To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.

-Joseph Chilton Pearce

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Every day I find myself engaging in conversations from a wide variety of topics, that all somehow relate to health and wellness. This blog is my way of reaching out to others that I don’t have the pleasure of interacting with on a daily basis, and to express my passions about this industry. As some people in my life may note, I tend to be one of the “quieter” ones in the room, not usually the first one to stand up and start sharing all the ins and outs of my life. That being said, I love educating people, and inspiring them to become their better selves. I find when having conversations with clients, and coaching them, it’s as simple as connecting the dots. Whether it’s new recipes, a new “super-food” on the market, trendy workout regimes, or daily lifestyle factors- these are all things that I love giving people guidance on.

My hope is to inspire people to make better choices to benefit their quality of life and their body, no matter what their fitness and nutrition goals are. So here we go!

-Maddy