I am not, by anybody’s stretch of the imagination, a nutritionist. I graduated from UGA with a degree in Anthropology, focusing on Archaeology. So I studied dead people, not live ones. Since the birth of my now 8 year old in 2003, I have independently studied food and nutrition, so I do what works for my family. I encourage you to research, read, and learn on your own. After all, if we’re not still living, we’re dead, right?
I am not a trained chef. I learned to cook over a campfire from my mom, on the stove from my dad. I worked for 8 years in the restaurant industry, where I picked up some more things. I love creating, sometimes I have failures. Don’t worry, I’ll tell you when I think one of my recipes turned out gross. I’ll also tell you how to fix it if I know how.
I do not do this blog for money. That being said, I may make a small amount from it, either if you buy something through a link to a product on Amazon or another link on the site. When and if I review a product, I may also receive some small compensation for it, in which case I will clearly disclose.
I am generally writing from and to a mom’s perspective. In that perspective, I would never intentionally pull the wool over anyone’s eyes, as we all know the little rugrats are the most precious things in our world.