Eva Bee Shares Her Story

Part of my intention for starting this blog is to open up more of my life to you. Sharing who I am can be extremely uncomfortable for me. It makes me feel vulnerable and it makes me feel judged. But, this is what I am doing. I am purposefully opening myself up so that you can get a sense of how I choose to live my life and the kinds of people I surround myself with.

In sharing more of myself, people are sharing more of themselves with me. I love that this blog is providing people with a platform to share parts of their stories that they may not have previously shared openly. I am deeply moved by this and sincerely grateful for their vulnerability.

It is a constant reminder that we are not alone. We are all one and our secrets keep us sick. When we open up and share the blessings and the challenges of our lives, we tell the Universe that we know it was all for the greater good and that we are servants, helping others avoid our mistakes, learn from our experiences, and to feel less alone.

Removing The Mask

Today, I get to share with you someone you may have already heard of, Eva Bee. She is the hilarious host and star of Eva Bee’s Jamboree and she has recently launched her new show, OmNom Ottawa, on Bell Fibe.

In today’s conversation, Eva Bee takes off her comedic mask and talks about taking leaps of faith and the struggles she went through in reaching her dreams. She shares what she is doing now in her personal chef business, and she opens up about the mental health issues she was dealing with due to a food intolerance.

I am proud to know this inspirational young woman, and I hope you enjoy seeing this side of her.

Because I want you to love your life one bite at a time.

To Learn More

To find out more about Eva Bee’s Personal Chef business and to connect with her, visit Evabee.com.

Be sure to visit her blog for delicious recipes like her Thai Inspired Picnic Chicken Salad and her Banana Date Smoothie (I just made this last night, and it was delicious!)

Click here for more information about the Ballymaloe Cookery School.

For more information about Shamanic Healer and Clinical Herbalist, Kathleen Leeson, click here.


P.S. If you have a story that would inspire others that you’d like to share, please comment below or be in touch with me via email at Sarah@SarahTalksFood.com. We are all one. We are not alone. And we heal when we share our stories.  

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