What are the pros and cons of learning about nutrition? When does learning more about your health choices backfire? Whether it’s conflicting information or hearing things that sound too good to be true, learning more isn’t always helpful. Often, we’ll find ourselves in health information overwhelm.
In this episode, Ali’s client Sherry shares:
- Her path to separate marketing from health info;
- Getting over the fear of missing out;
- How she found the most well-being in unsubscribing from most health sources to make room to hear herself.
More About Sherry Fuller
Sherry has always been curious about holistic approaches to health, but that curiosity became intense in 2016 after she was (finally) diagnosed with Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and her endocrinologist told her there was nothing she could do to resolve it. Today, Sherry is a lot less obsessed with gathering health-related information.
As a result, she spends more time enjoying family and friends, hiking, traveling, reading, and counting butterflies. She works for an environmental non-profit in southern California, where she gets to learn new things almost every day and provide guidance in a variety of areas such as people (employees and volunteers), organizational development and policy, regulatory compliance, program reporting, and contracts, among other things.