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Call me Kami.  I grew up in a couple different places… Utah, Hong Kong, and Georgia. I graduated from The University of Utah with my Bachelor’s in Nursing in 2005.  I also served a 18 month mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Taiwan where I learned to speak Mandarin Chinese. I’ve been married since 2007 to my best friend and have two beautiful children. We currently reside in Salt Lake City, UT.

What are your personal interests?

I obviously love anything with food. Cooking, eating, sharing, and experimenting with food! I also have been taking tennis lessons for over a year and am slowing improving my mad tennis skills. I’m super motivated to get better so I can cream my husband one of these days. I cherish my time with friends and family, being outdoors, playing the piano, working out, working on my site, and watching movies.

Why did you start this site?

My husband kept encouraging me to create a website where I could share my recipes. It’s rewarding to motivate others to eat healthy and help them realize healthy living is over-the-top enjoyable and gratifying. I’ve created several healthy, tasty, finger-lickin’ good recipes and have discovered does and does not work through trial and error.

Why are you so passionate about healthy living?

My father passed away in 2011 when I was pregnant with my daughter. He suffered with Parkinson’s disease for 17 years and passed away suddenly one morning. Ever since I was 12, I saw my father struggle with health. I don’t know what is coming my way, but I want health, strength, and longevity in order to enjoy my life to the fullest.

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