1. Aww. You go, Jessie, R.D.!

  2. I love this so much!

    All the best to you, Jessie! I hope stage five continues to be absolutely fabulous! 🙂

  3. I love it. I feel like becoming a doctor is a lot like that also. 😛

  4. I’ve read your bio that you are a dietician, when I started reading your blog. I love that you make awesome vegan recipes, plus kale = amazing.

  5. I’m with Andrea, AWESOME! You crack em up; “you can only eat things that rhyme with WednesdaY”….I think I heard that on Doctor Oz once. hahahaha

  6. Haha love this! I’m at stage two right now and that is a very accurate depiction of what I’ve been looking like the last few weeks! Especially love the book titles….millions of lab reports…yep!

    1. I knew you would understand! 😉

  7. Jena Marie says:

    This is so great. I just started my DI… so I definitely relate to the fear aspect right now!

    1. Best of luck with your DI! You’re going to rock!

  8. Kathy McClusky says:

    WOW, I had most of those stages. But I noticed the pony in the first one and guess what my first major purchase was after I paid back my college debts? A horse, of course, and I still have one.

    1. Now THAT is an awesome reward 🙂

  9. I love this Jessie. I’ve recently finished my Masters of Human Nutrition and I am now in Stage 4 – Disillusionment. I’m hoping it won’t take too long for me to switch over to Stage 3.

    1. Congrats on your Masters, Glenda! 🙂

  10. Right on! Currently in the DI and feeling very “stage 2”. Your blog is inspiring!

    1. Thanks, Nicole! Good luck with your DI!

  11. Jillian Tacia says:

    Omgosh this is so wonderful and so TRUE! Also supa cute 😉
    I’m just almost half way through my food service management rotation whilst taking 4 classes and working every weekend. I’m waiting for the weight loss part of your 5 steps, but besides that…
    Anyway, thoroughly enjoying your blog and perspectives! Keep up the awesome work (and blog [: )

    1. Thanks Jillian! Best of luck with your rotations — you’re a busy student! 🙂

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