Updates + NWP Episode 76

Updates + NWP Episode 76

Happy Friday friends!

I don’t know about you…but flowing back to the work mode this week has been, well, challenging. I feel you if you are feeling similar!

Yesterday I shared about 2019/my word for 2019 on Instagram but I wanted to share it here as well!

My word for 2018 was GROWTH.

It happened, without a doubt, but in ways I couldn’t imagine. When I was thinking growth back a year ago I was thinking strategic growth, numbers, income, etc etc. and by all means, that did indeed happen in ways I couldn’t believe. But I also learned the important lesson that growth is more and should be more on the internal factors. 2018 was a huge year for internal growth. Having met goals and “growth” I never thought was possible only less than two years into my business (I hired another RD, omg still in shock) it was also required personal growth that was extremely messy.

High’s mean inevitable low’s and it was messy and emotional and I wouldn’t change a thing. Growth taught me that just because you manifest and you meet you goals doesn’t mean it’s not messy along the way. And to embrace the messiness, that’s what life is about.

My word for 2019 is: TRUST. Trust the process, trust the universe and above all trust yourself. Surrender, let go and trust it will all work out. Do you have a word or intention for 2019? Share below I’d love to hear what your world or intention for 2019 is!


Learn more below about today’s podcast episode which is a repost of one of our favs from 2018 and listen here!

Meg & Victoria welcome their dear friend, Meg Faletra, MS, RDN on the show today. Meg is a global health dietitian who specializes in sustainability and whose life passion is to empower people to make a positive impact on the world with the choices they make. She is an absolute wealth of knowledge in all things integrative nutrition, intuitive eating, and mindful living. In this episode they discuss the following topics:

  1. Meg’s story and how she got into the space of sustainability and global health. 

  2. How sustainability awareness is empowering and applies to all of us.

  3. How the current food system plays a role in chronic malnutrition and what we can do to make a positive impact. 

  4. How we can take ownership of our food choices and make decisions that honor and support the people who grow our food.

  5. The importance of consumer awareness when it comes to global trade.

  6. The power of optimism.

  7. The power of connecting more with our local food system.

  8. How diet culture robs us of our food culture.

  9. How cultivating our food culture makes us resilient to diet culture.

  10. How local and seasonal correlates perfectly with intuitive and instinctual eating. 

  11. Questions to ask yourself to guide more conscious and sustainable food decisions.

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See you back here next Wednesday for a blog post that has been long in the making- a pregnancy update! Cannot wait to share it with you :)

XOXO, V