I start this post feeling a little bittersweet as I share the news that I have a new website coming that will be under a different name. As Firm Ground Nutrition gets ready and closer to launch, what that means for my little blog over here is that I will be leaving behind the North of Bloom blog and name. Despite being a bit stagnant at times, there was also times that this blog was a bit of an outlet for me and something to focus my energy on what I needed a little escape from “real life.”
Firm Ground Nutrition will eventually be ready under the URL firmgroundnutrition.com
This new website will still consistent of blog content, with the addition tools and resources and will also provide me more ways to connect with people and help them with their nutrition and health, which is something I have been working toward being able to do for years.
Until then, I have been busy posting and interacting on instagram daily and you can find home here: http://www.instagram.com/firmgroundnutrition I would love if you joined me over there and said hello!
And lastly, to end on a high note, I wanted to share with you an exciting announcement that my children’s story “A Tale of Two Brothers” is finally ready and available for purchase! https://www.amazon.com/dp/0995879001
I wrote this short children’s story two years ago and it has been a labor of love since. The timeline was always up in the air, with lots of things unforeseen as it was my first experience with anything like this. Nevertheless it makes me so excited to finally be able to share it with you.
I wrote it with the intention of starting the conversation about healthy eating with children, and to help them establish the connection that what we put in our bodies impacts how we feel. My hope is that it becomes a tool in people’s homes to help establish healthy habits in young children. If you purchase (thank you!), I would love for you to leave a review on amazon as this helps spread the word of the book and helps it to be more far reaching. Not only does your support mean the absolute world to me, it means the world to me to know there are others that also feel the importance of helping kids establish a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.
Thank you for following my journey!