About

Hello, my name is Amy and I live in the beautiful Hudson Valley of New York. I relocated to this area after living in New York City for 13 years, but I am originally from the fine state of New Jersey. I work from home as a project manager for a financial services firm and in my spare time I volunteer for a local arts organization, take voice lessons, occasionally perform in regional theater, and actively participate in the local community.  I am a practitioner of Shambhala, a Buddhist practice that believes that individuals can create enlightened society one moment at a time.  As a former addict, I am also a member of a 12-step community.   Over the past several years, I have been transitioning to a plant-based diet — for me that means that I avoid processed foods, dairy and meat.  I do not call myself a vegan because I occasionally eat cheese, milk, fish, and even the rare red meat dish — but I may someday.  The purpose of this blog is to share my strategies for transitioning to a healthier way of life both physically and spiritually and my belief that human beings are capable of making tremendous changes in their lives.  I am glad to have made some in mine, and look forward to the changes yet to come.

One Response to “About”

  1. Wild Juggler August 30, 2013 at 6:34 pm #

    Inspiring blog you have here. It’s great that you are transitioning or have transitioned to a plant-based diet. I’ve been a vegetarian for 14 years and don’t miss meat at all. I’ve been vegan on and off for 6 or 7 years.

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