Nicole Eichinger has been a registered dietitian for 12 years who has been meeting with and supporting her clients virtually for the past 6 years with nutrition counseling sessions as well as some online courses. She specializes in helping exhausted professionals feel like themselves again by using food as medicine. Nicole talks about how she manages her work-from-home life as well as her own anxiety and stress levels by making time for herself, prioritizing healthy sleep patterns, being aware of inflammation in her body, knowing her limits when it comes to balancing her family and business responsibilities, and using food as medicine in her own life. April and Nicole took some time to talk about how hiring a virtual assistant can be helpful with reducing the stress and workload of a small business owner but how there can be a transition period, with the idea of handing over some control a potential stress in itself. Nicole also talks about how she has embraced several social media platforms and has found recent success with Tik Tok. She also gives a lot of credit to her recent increase in traffic and referrals to using GoSite in the past few months. She has her own podcast called Nutrition's My Life Podcast where she talks about topics such as thyroid and digestive health.
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