Name: Chelsea Williams, MPH, CCPH
Chelsea Williams is the founder of ThatsChelsea.com , an “all things wellness” blog that teaches women how to live a more mindful lifestyle through a plant-based diet and non-toxic cosmetics. Chelsea has dealt with the challenges of both Graves Disease and Hypothyroidism throughout most of her life. After many years of struggling with these endocrine disorders, she began researching ways to heal herself and improve her condition naturally. It was only until then that she discovered just how many endocrine disruptors one can be exposed to on a daily basis through food products, household cleaning products and personal care products.
Chelsea is breaking down barriers in the wellness world by showcasing and serving as an advocate for diversity in non-toxic beauty and plant-based nutrition. She is a contributing writer to W.E.L.L. Insiders and a member of Beauty Heroes Circle of Trust. Chelsea has appeared as a repeat guest on News One Now with Roland Martin and Good Morning Washington to feature her plant-based dishes and expertise in healthy living. She was also recently named by Thoughtfully Magazine as 1 of “26 Women of Color Changing the Face of Wellness.”
Chelsea holds a Master of Public Health in nutrition, and is a Certified Communicator in Public Health through the National Public Health Information Coalition. She is also studying to become a board certified integrative health coach at Duke University School of Medicine. In addition to her blog, be sure to check out her newest digital platform, Black Wellness Bloggers, which serves to change narratives and stereotypes about wellness in the black community.
With all of these wonderful things going on, she still makes time for self-care and self-love.
Find her helpful tips below:
Overthinking silences your true inner voice, opens the door for comparison and hinders productivity. Simply put, overthinking steals your joy.
Eat Nutritious Meals.
Our lives are busier than ever. Nutrient dense food gives us the energy we need to keep going throughout the day. Omitting processed food
Just Say, “No”.
We can’t be everywhere or everything to everybody. Say, “No” to anything that’s too much for you to handle and leave the guilt behind.