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Success. Eat. Travel., created by L’oréal Sadé, is a look into the core of her inspirations in life.
L’oréal first fell in love with travel when she studied abroad in Mexico. Learning about nutrition, she was able to work with parents in the community and local healthcare professionals to not only learn about nutrition but to aid in creating a nutrition teaching experience for children at the local orphanage encouraging the influence of eating healthy. After graduating with her Bachelors in Language Studies, she returned to the states, where she continued her 8-year journey of working for Walt Disney World in Food & Beverage. While there, she was able to learn about food allergies, food preparation and plate presentation which inspired her passion for food. She was able to work as a F&B Manager, creating dishes for guests with food allergies and intolerances.
Tired of missing out on the joys of life, she quickly learned that part of great memories in travel is not just about going somewhere and basking in the ambience, or going to that one ‘must see’ place. It is also about trying new foods. Travel also provides experiences that can be applied life after returning home. The world is more than was is seen in the backyard. By train, plane, bus, or car, Success.Eat.Travel. is meant to provide an inside perspective to her tasty and fulfilling journey through her travels.
“Life is about eating your way through world and savoring every moment. One of the greatest successes of travel is not going to a new place physically, but appreciating cultural differences and utilizing them in a way to reach your ultimate destination of success.” -L’oréal Sadé
When asked how does food, travel, and success coexist and what is the point of this blog was asked, she replied, ” Life is about eating your way through the world and savoring every moment. One of the greatest success of travel is not going to a new place physically, but appreciating cultural differences and utilizing them in a way to reach your ultimate destination of success. For me, that would be creating a multi-faceted organization and foundation that permits low income neighborhoods with the opportunity to learn about nutrition and how it ultimately affects their overall quality of life. Even something as small as learning how to read an ingredient label could make a great difference.”