Jenny Mahan
We’re told to be authentic in our businesses – but it’s often easier said than done. Jenny Mahan is someone who does this wonderfully. In this week’s episode, she shares her business journey and how she has managed to beautifully blend so many elements of her life and work into a truly holistic business.   Jenny is a musician, nurse, health coach, soap maker, homesteader, and all round wise woman and she is very driven by a need to make real change through her word. To her, a meaningful business is nourishing for ourselves, our clients and the world around us. She bases her philosophy on permaculture principles – earth care, people care, fair share.  If you’re struggling to choose a niche or combine multiple interests into one business, you’ll love this episode. 
FYI, Jenny is one of my Supernova Collective Alumni so I’ve had the honour of supporting her to grow her business over the past 2 years. I’ve experienced her teaching first hand and wholeheartedly recommend her to anyone wanting a saner, my delight filled approach to food and health. (Unfortunately her soaps don’t ship to the UK but I’m assured by friends who’ve been sent soap of the month kits from Jenny that they are wonderful.)

About Jenny Mahan

Jenny Mahan is a Registered Nurse, Certified Health and Wellness coach, and owner of Pine Creek Wellness. She supports folks who have had a health wake up call reclaim their health with holistic Lifestyle Medicine. Jenny offers online and in person Skillpower Culinary Medicine classes, and group and one to one coaching to support folks to feel better so they can do what matters most to them. She lives in far northern Wisconsin near the shores of Lake Superior with her husband and son on a tiny spring-fed, Northwoods-shaded tributary of Pine Creek where they garden, raise chickens, make maple syrup, and are building their own small, passive solar, energy efficient home. She is an author, singer/songwriter, soap maker, and reluctant runner and is passionate about promoting local sustainable agriculture and food justice. When she’s not working you can find her curled up with a book in the hammock, unless it’s snowing (which it is 7 or 8 months out of the year on Pine Creek), in which case she’s likely sitting by the fire knitting. Jenny’s Links:
5 free, easy, healthful one pot recipes
Or read more about sane nutrition:  and Plant power  Check out Jenny’s Website    Facebook


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