I first met Renee when she was still working in marketing at CBS. She was always a thoughtful, considerate, and helpful colleague. We went for some walks together after we both left that job, and I learned that Renee was transitioning her career. Her passion for nutrition, along with her soulfulness, was leading her down a new path. Here’s a description from her website:
It has nothing to do with calorie counting, point tracking, weekly weigh-ins, good/bad food lists, dogmatic diets or punishing exercise. It’s all about learning how to tune into your innate body wisdom and trusting it to guide you toward wise, kind and nourishing choices.
Renee and her father, an early source of inspiration.
This has always felt very Beautiful Voyager to me. Eating, and the difficult mind-body connection, can be esp hard for people who are stuck in their heads. I wanted to ask Renee about what she’s learned over the years to see if it could help any fellow voyagers. She graciously accepted my interview offer!
Renee, Thank you for taking part in this conversation.
Question #1: How long have you been helping people with their own eating psychology, and what have you seen change in that time?