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Ready to find true health and happiness?

I’ve got you covered, momma.

If you’re anything like me, you’ve spent way too much time feeling like you have to do it all in order to be a good mom – fancy organic food (that always goes bad in the fridge), a Pinterest-perfect house, a body that’s just the right balance between strong and skinny. Oh, and the time, money, and energy it takes to build this “perfect” life.

The truth is, nobody can do it all.

If you’re fed up with trying to follow everybody else’s rules, it’s time to start making your own.

You can determine what health means to you.

You can gain the knowledge and power to cut through the confusing diet noise and make the choices that work for your family.

You can feel confident and beautiful in your own skin without changing a damn thing.

hi. i'm tarah

The women I work with are tired of chasing perfection.

They don’t have time for two-a-day gym sessions or endless hours in the kitchen. They don’t want to feel trapped in the latest fad diet or wellness trend.

They just want to feel good about themselves and their family’s health – without going crazy in the process.

My years of experience as a nutritionist and health writer have taught me that what really works when it comes to living a healthy lifestyle is real food education, simple recipes, practical tips to make it work for your family, and a whole lotta grace to ease the process.

I know how powerful it can be to let go of rules, restrictions, and expectations – to trust our own momma instincts when it comes to what is best for our families.

It took me more than thirty years to realize that I don’t have to feed my family a certain way, I don’t have to look a certain way, and I don’t have to be anybody else but ME in order to have the joyful life I truly want.

Every mom deserves to feel confident in her choices, beautiful in her own skin, and
empowered to decide what “healthy” means for her family.

You can do this momma, and I’m here to help.

Healthy doesn’t look the same on everybody (that would be sooooo boring).

What works for my family may look different than what works for yours, and that is the secret to my approach.

My books and all the fun freebies you’ll find here are made with one thing in mind – YOU.

They teach you how to create a framework and build a plan that works for you (instead of just another set of throwaway rules), so you can finally stop looking at foods as “good” or “bad”, adopt healthy habits that fit into your budget and lifestyle, and put a stop to the guilt and self-doubt that so many moms feel when it comes to our families.

I want you to know that…

  • You can enjoy waffles for breakfast as much as you do a fresh salad.
  • You might make your own lotion, but it’s also fine to buy the $3 drugstore shampoo.
  • You can love your squishy, scarred post-baby body more than you ever did pre-baby.
  • And, guess what? All of it is perfectly okay because doing what works for you is what’s most important.

There are no rules here except your own.

While it is my passion, I’m not all real food, self love, and healthy living. Okay, I pretty much am, but there are a few other things to know about me…

  • In my free time (what’s that, right?) you can usually find me reading (I’m really into graphic novels right now), making my best effort at being crafty, or curled up on the couch watching Netflix or HBO. My current faves are S.H.I.E.L.D., Jessica Jones, The Punisher, West World, and Game of Thrones.
  • I am a full on #DisneyMom. I grew up in Florida, but even now as a Hoosier I try to go at least once or twice a year (sometimes even without the kiddos).
  • I love pretty much all outdoor activities, but especially backpacking. The longest trip I’ve made so far is a two-night trek through the Smokies with my hubby. My dream is to do a through-hike of the Appalachian Trail.
  • Speaking of my husband and the outdoors, we met while training for a 150 mile, two-day charity bike ride. It was one of the most physically demanding feats I’ve ever accomplished. It also sparked my love for nutrition because it didn’t take me long to make the connection between what I ate and how I felt on the bike.
  • My undergrad degree is in equine administration, which obviously has nothing to do with health and nutrition. My obsession with wellness started to grow with that bike ride, and eventually I went back to school in 2012 to get my Master of Science in Health and Nutrition Education.
  • I have two amazing boys, Avery and Norrin. Avery is named after his cowboy grandfather and Norrin is named after a super hero. We already have a couple more boy and girl superhero names picked out, just in case we decide to give it one more go.

But enough about me.

Are you ready to feel in control of your kitchen, your family’s health, and your own happiness?

4 Weeks to Wellness

This book will teach you everything you’ve ever wanted to know about real food – what it is, how to shop for it it, cook it, get your kids to love it, and how to make it work for YOU!