Hello and welcome to my blog! Here is a little bit about me…
I recently graduated from the M.H.Sc. in Nutrition Communication program at Ryerson University in the heart of Toronto, Ontario. Prior to my graduate degree I completed a B.Sc. in Nutrition and Food Science at the University of Alberta in freezing cold Edmonton! I was born and raised in a Lebanese family and currently reside in my hometown, Toronto, a fast pace and lively city that is dear to my heart and meshes very well with my personality. I consider myself a social butterfly, I enjoy reaching out to others and meeting new people. I am absolutely fascinated by culture and genuinely enjoy hearing about the life stories of others because it is those stories that shape us and ultimately make us unique. I guess it will come as no surprise that Humans of New York is my favorite Facebook page!
One of my biggest passions is nutrition and food, all food! I love spreading the message of nutrition and health whenever I get the chance and my family can attest to that. As a health communicator, blogging and writing about a variety of health and nutrition topics is my way of sharing my passion to anyone willing to listen and it all started with our very own family run blog called The Tabouli Bowl. From there, I went on to tailor my personal Instagram account to make it more of a nutrition and food page in order to share my kitchen creations with others. I found that many of my followers wanted a more permanent platform for the information I share and that is when the idea for my personal blog was born. I am excited to have taken this next step in launching my own website and blog and can’t wait to see what the future holds!
My blog has a nutrition and health focus, coupled with other topics I would like to share with my followers. This of course includes topics suggested by my followers. I hope to further my career in the world of nutrition/health online, so stay tuned as the story of my life unfolds!
For all inquiries, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org