Thank you so much for visiting Sheer Balance! It is my goal to help you find a healthy balance in your life. I’m passionate about helping people live and feel their best, and am always excited to hear when some nugget of information I provide makes a difference to someone.
My journey in wellbeing started years ago in college. Through a rather unexpected experience, I stumbled into fitness, becoming certified to teach group fitness classes throughout school. It was at that point that I realized how important a healthy lifestyle was, and it became an important part of my life ever since. Whether you are looking to change your eating habits, want to feel more confident, or are just out to find new ideas and tips on ways to live healthier and happier, I hope that I can be of some help and inspiration in your journey. For those of you looking for a little more info about me and my background, feel free to read my bio.
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Bio: Brett Blumenthal is bestselling author of the 52 Small Changes Series, as well as, A Whole New You. She’s been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Spa Magazine, Stuff Boston, American Fitness, The METRO and Organic Spa Magazine, and has appeared on NBC, FOX and CBS in the New York, Boston and Charlotte markets.
After having her son in 2013, Brett launched her art business – Tiny Toes Design by Brett Blumenthal – where she specializes in wildlife and animal portraiture, painting, and illustration. Her art is available globally across many online channels, Pottery Barn Kids, Land of Nod, Wayfair and other retail outlets. Her first children’s book – I Wish for You was released in 2019 and will be rereleased under Macmillan’s imprint Roaring Brook in 2022.
Brett received her MBA from Johnson at Cornell University, where she graduated as a Park Fellow; she also earned her bachelors degree in Architecture from Cornell University.