Who Am I?

My name is Shannon Brady – I am 23 years old and currently residing in Chicago, Illinois. I attained my Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University in Applied Nutritional Science along with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies. A little bit about me personally: I was born and raised in the Steel City that is Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I am very passionate about my city and proud of where I came from. Yes, I do use the word “pop” instead of “soda.” That is a real thing. You are welcome for Heinz ketchup too 😉 I love Love  L O V E  the Steelers, Pirates, and Penguins. I LOVE being outdoors. Though I don’t do it often, I love to travel and see new places. My family is  e v e r y t h i n g  to me. I have the two most amazing parents who I owe everything to for making me the person I am today. I am also sandwiched between the two most wonderful brothers any person could ever have: Daniel (26) and Patrick (21) – they mean the world to me and I would do absolutely anything for them. I also have an 8 year old beagle/spaniel mix pup named Merlin – he is always getting himself into trouble but I love him to pieces anyway.

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Here in Chicago, I currently work as a child care provider for a close family friend. I am also an Ambassador with Plexus Worldwide – a health and wellness company that offers a wide array of plant-based products for people who are looking to better themselves in any area of their health. I am planning to enroll in an accelerated BSN/RN program in January 2018 and become a pediatric nurse come January 2019 when my kiddos return to Pittsburgh. Figuring out what I truly want to do with my life has been no easy task but it is all a learning experience and patience is a virtue, friends.

I had a professor at Penn State who shared a quote with us on the very first day of class and it has stuck with me ever since: “I can teach it to you but I cannot learn it for you.” The same concept applies on my website: I can recommend something for you and I can motivate you, but I cannot do it for you. You are in control – YOU take charge and make my recommendation part of your routine. I want to help you in every way that I can possibly can but there is only so much I can say or do – bottom line, YOU are the control factor. You can do anything you set your mind do – what are you waiting for? 🙂

– S