It’s been a long road.
You can’t remember how long it’s been since you felt consistently energetic and didn’t experience that awful mid-afternoon slump. You’re feeling stressed or anxious more often than you’d like, and it’s been forever since you were satisfied with your weight.
Not to mention, it’s impossible to keep up with all the changing health and wellness research out there. Avoid fat – no, eat fat. Cut carbs – no, carbs are good for you. Track your water intake – no, drink intuitively!
No matter what you do, it feels inadequate. And you always seem to end up right back where you started.
You feel alone.
So many other people seem to have this wellness thing figured out. Sometimes, it feels like you’re the only one who struggles.
What is it? Why can’t you maintain a healthy lifestyle? You’ve occasionally met your goals, but they’ve been impossible to sustain. You’ve tried so many techniques, diets, fads… But nothing seems to work.
You don’t want to be a pessimist, but sometimes you wonder if you were meant to live healthfully.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
What if you could find a way to mend your relationship with food and exercise and your overall wellness?
What if you could finally feel comfortable in your skin and empowered to live a healthy life with ease?
I’m here to tell you that it’s possible — not only possible, but yours for the taking!
It’s time to embrace joy.
Lasting wellness is about positive, additive behaviors, not taking things away or punishing yourself.
Say goodbye to restrictive diets, unappealing workout regimens, and second-guessing yourself.
You can look forward to satisfying foods, enjoyable body movement, an overriding sense of calm, and unprecedented self-confidence.
You’re an original – unlike anyone else.
What works for one person may not work for you. Not only are we all unique physical beings, but we also have varied preferences and different lifestyles.
Together, we’ll build a personalized, sustainable plan that honors your individuality and the life you want to lead. We’ll begin by delving into your health history and discussing all the things.
We’ll gain a thorough understanding of exactly what you’ve been struggling with – and why. We’ll examine your pain points, assess your goals, and identify appealing, sustainable solutions that fit your lifestyle (I promise!).
We’ll rebuild together.
My approach is grounded in the pillars of nutrition, mindfulness, movement, and self-care.
These levers offer a world of opportunity for us to explore and find the specific tools you need to live your best life.
Consider them to be the four walls of a house of wellness that we’ll build together – brick by brick, one step at a time.
Hi there, I’m Jennifer.
Woman. Health Nut. Optimist. Humanitarian.
Day-to-day, I see women struggle with the routine topics that magazines and newspaper articles call out for us but never seem to truly remedy: guilt, lack of willpower, mid-life weight gain, stress, restless nights… and the list goes on.
As we know well, these challenges drain us physically and mentally.
My mission is to empower women – you – to transcend these barriers by creating personalized, sustainable strategies to nourish your mind, body, and spirit.
I want you to understand the power of great health – and use it as a tool to maximize your potential, move toward your dreams, and evolve within the framework of your life.
I want you to become the woman you’ve always wanted to be.
So, how did I get here?
Well, to start, I’m a product of the seventies and eighties. Family dinners typically consisted of casseroles or meat and potatoes.
As a child, I pushed my intuitive eating habits aside and aimed to please by clearing my plate and earning dessert.
This was the beginning of my struggle with emotional eating and a long, torturous love affair with sugar.
My passion for health and wellness took root in college.
Although I still had much to learn about my body, I experimented with exercise and different dietary theories and developed a deep appreciation for personal growth and mindfulness techniques.
I continued down this path well into my thirties when I became pregnant with my first child, and nourishment became a top priority for my daughter and me.
But the time to follow was a whirlwind.
I got divorced, found – and married – the love of my life, moved to a new town, continued to climb the corporate ladder, gave birth to two more children, and lost my mom to cancer — all within three years.
The sugar monster reared its ugly head.
Self-care hit an all-time low. I was exhausted. I was going through the motions, managing my To-Do lists and, from everyone else’s vantage point, succeeding at all of it. I was happy, yes, and grateful for my life. But I wasn’t truly present. I was wearing down my body rather than honoring it.
Constantly fighting for time, moments of joy were overtaken by stress. I was swimming in guilt and feared that I lacked the willpower to live a healthful life.
I felt inauthentic.
Thankfully, even at my lowest points, I’m tenacious.
So, I did the work.
It took me years of research, education, experimentation, and soul searching, but I learned to understand the emotions behind my eating habits and how to satisfy my cravings healthfully.
I discovered that acts of self-care have great returns. And I learned how to nourish my body and soul in ways that help regulate my sleep and my stress levels.
Most importantly, I saw that all these levers impacted my ability to show up – for myself and others – whether at home, at work, or in my community. I learned that “all is becoming” and that my journey had only just begun.
So, I acknowledged that while I’d had a successful, rewarding run in my corporate career, the time had come to make a change.
I awakened to my drive to share the power of healthful living.
I founded All is Becoming to help women identify pragmatic, lasting wellness strategies to fully embrace their passions and impact the world with greater meaning and intention.
So here I am. And I see you. I see your challenges, and I understand them all too well.
Let me share my tools and my learnings with you; I would be honored to be part of your journey.