If it has to do with organizing your kitchen + scheduling your life, I can help.
So lets get started (check all that apply). I am here because I…
a.) eat out or order food in 3 times or more per week
b.) need to be able to cook delicious (and kid-friendly) meals in 30 minutes or less instead of eating out or ordering in
c.) learn how to get in and out of the grocery store in less than 45 minutes with all the healthy and organic ingredients I need for the week AND saving about 20% on my grocery bill.
d.) have a refrigerator where food gets lost in the back and spoils before I can use it
e.) have to make (at least) two meals for my family each night – one for me and a different one for the kids.
f.) Have gone to the store and purchased food that is “healthy” but I don’t know how to use it.
g.) Work full time, am a full time Mom, or am crazy busy and do not “have enough time” to prepare my own meals.
h.) Because I know that I have to begin preparing healthy food in order to better take care of myself and my family.
Sound familiar? GREAT NEWS! If any or all of the above apply, you’re in the right spot!
Eating healthy isn’t clean cut.
I am Meg Sullivan of Whole Food Love and it is my passion to get the food plan portion of your busy life organized so that you can eat and prepare healthy meals, save money, and waste less time and food. Over the past decade, I have balanced working in busy Corporate America as a CPA, owning my own Pilates studio, and the newest addition to my plate of being a Mom. I know how it feels impossible to find the time to make your meals and how eating poorly can leave you feeling tired and achy. I started Whole Food Love with my sister, Shannon, to teach busy individuals with limited time how to create the time to shop, prepare, and enjoy healthy meals – so that you can be the best you for you, your family, and your job.
Here’s who I really am…
I am originally from Chicago, but am now am fortunate enough to live on the beautiful island of Coronado, just south of San Diego. I am a proud military wife, a Mother to an amazing son, and a sister. I have a huge passion for anything that involves being active, attention to detail, and health.
As a young competitive gymnast, training 25+ hours per week, I learned how to organize my schedule and work efficiently. This ability helped me tremendously when I attended Villanova University (Go Cats!) and played Division I lacrosse. I graduated with degrees in both Accounting and Finance while working a part-time job at a local Pilates studio.
After working for 5 years in a “Big Four” Accounting firm, I loved the “attention to detail” part of the job, but needed something that involved movement and my passions of fitness, people, and overall health. I decided to leave Corporate America and complete Pilates training. I worked with several types of post-rehab clients and ultimately began my practice, Renovo Pilates.
After diving into the health and fitness arena, I was introduced to several other health and wellness practitioners and quickly learned how other modalities, including nutrition and food therapy, when integrated with movement therapy, can yield amazing results!