Did you know that March is National Nutrition Month? The theme is “Put Your Best Fork Forward”, so take a little extra time to assess what goes on your fork and into your body. In honor of this month and
Happy Friday the 13th! My dad always reminds me that he turned 13 on Friday the 13th, so it’s a good day/date. Next week marks the start of second semester of graduate school. My courses this semester are a little different
Today was supposed to be my Ugly Sweater recap but since weather prevented me from getting to the race, that would be a very short post. Instead, I want to share a little about a nutrition opportunity I discovered today.
Last Thursday marked my last day working as a nutrition service aide, which is a fancy term for lunch lady. I prefer nutrition service aide. I took the job working in a school cafeteria as a way to gain nutrition experience
Hi all! Long time, no talk. Sorry for the hiatus. There’s just been a lot going on around here. I have good news and bad news. Bad news: I’m probably going to have to change the name of this blog.
So far I’ve talked about the fact that I want to become a registered dietitian and what I need to do to accomplish that but I haven’t talked about why I’m doing all this, the reason I want to become
I outlined the requirements to become a registered dietitian here. This post is about my personal experience so far. To refresh your memory, there are six prerequisite classes needed before applying to the graduate program at CSU. These classes are
Becoming a registered dietitian is more complicated than just going to school and getting a degree. I know I’ve repeatedly tried and failed to explain the process to my family and friends, so I thought I’d break it down here
To be honest, I’m not sure about the name of this blog. I’m so far away from being a registered dietitian, it doesn’t seem right to call myself a RD to be. On the other hand, because it is such