Changing one’s career is often a decision that can make us feel vulnerable and even a bit fearful as it stretches us outside of our comfort zone. And, if you are like Taylor Miller, this week’s guest on the Inspired Woman Project, and your prior career was one in which you loved, navigating to the new one can be all the more daunting.
For 30 years, Taylor worked as an actress, most notably as Nina Cortland from All My Children. She loved the work she did and hadn’t really thought that anything else could replace it. Yet, at a certain point, the door on acting simply closed and Taylor had to struggle with the question of what do I do now. It wasn’t graceful or easy and she admits that her process between the old door and the new was awful, as she sorted through feelings of anger and frustration.
When the shift finally came, Taylor turned her attention to holistic medicine and nutrition, a topic she had first become acquainted with while helping her son resolve his own childhood health issues. At 52, noticing her own issues of fatigue and decline, she passionately delved into this world, and ultimately realized the gratification in coaching others to heal themselves with food. Today she specializes in guiding peri-menopausal, menopausal and post menopausal women into the next segment of their journey. Working to uncover old ideas and changing their eating and lifestyle choices.
Taylor is so vibrant and honest in this interview as she shares her wildly divergent path and her deep understanding of how change works.
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Taylor Miller is known to many Baby Boomers for her role as Nina Cortlandt on ABC’s All My Children. She left her successful soap opera career to raise a family.
During her acting and voice over career, which spanned three decades, her young son was diagnosed with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. With the help of an alternative doctor and changing the food he was eating, he is now 25 and symptom free.
Taylor could clearly see the power of food. When her own health and energy failed as she turned 50, food was again brought to the forefront. Having had the experience of her son’s healing; she searched for a way to feel vibrant and alive as an aging woman.
Passionate about her own journey with food, from sugar addict, to hypoglycemic to actually to being at peace with food, Taylor shares her experience and expertise with private clients as well as leading an Awareness and Habit Change Workshop designed to Reset Hormones and thus Lose Belly Fat.
Taylor works with private clients to lead them to Live, Love, and Change their lives.
Her mission is to help middle aged women to get off the dieting merry go round, improve their lifestyle and learn how to eat for their bodies, so they can make peace with food.
If you would like to contact Taylor, please go to www.TaylorMillerHHC.com.