About Me

Hello there, I’m Michelle! Read on to get a little taste of who I am! (foodie pun semi-intended)

Fast Facts:

  1. There are three “F’s” in life that I hold near and dear: faith, family, and friends. I need all of these to stay somewhat sane!
  2. I graduated in May 2015 from The University of Akron, Magna Cum Laude (!) with my BS degree in Nutrition and Dietetics
  3. I am somewhat (ok very much) obsessed with food- in terms nutritionally, what it can do for the body, how it can prevent disease, and most of all- preparing and eating it 🙂
  4. Physical activity [usually] makes me happy- I crave movement, and struggle with sitting still. (I’m looking at you 2-hour long biochemistry lecture!)
  5. I heart animals. I miss my dogs…and I hope to raise backyard chickens!
  6. I love really dark chocolate. And nut butters. And sweet potatoes. And apples.  And Brussels sprouts. And…maybe you should just reread #3.
  7. I want to explore more of our amazing earth! But perhaps I’ll work on paying off my student loans first, eh?

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Nice to meet you!


One thought on “About Me

  1. Adam Peterson

    I just came across your blog. Very cool you got to see the villages of Norton sound. Its a bit odd but we have a few things in common. I was in Shishmaref the summer before you were there. I was remodeling the health clinic. What a wonderful village with amazing people! Also I am from northeast Ohio too. I doubt many from the Cleveland have even heard of Shishmaref…. Well there is a retired teacher who lives there from Cleveland! Small world. Good luck with your future adventures.- Adam



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