I’ve never been much for cooking. I mean, I can make meals happen, but let’s just say that pots and pans are not my best friends. And life is moving so fast, keeping us all so busy, that it’s easy to get overwhelmed thinking about coming up with recipes and cooking “healthy” food for the family.
That’s why Liz Conlin’s story is so intriguing.
She didn’t grow up dreaming about becoming a personal chef. She actually set out to become a real estate agent. But when she graduated college in 2007, it wasn’t exactly the best time to dive into becoming a real estate agent. So she decided to learn the “other side” of the industry and became a loan originator. She ended up staying in the mortgage industry for almost 10 years before leaving to work for a smaller Texas bank, where she met an awesome mentor.
Everything was great, except she …