Author Archive for: Gina Baker
Gina works as a Nurse Informaticist with Intermountain Health Care and blogs at mychocolatepeaces.com. The focus of My Chocolate Peaces is to share the sweet things in life (including chocolate) and provide information about chocolate industry issues.
Gina enjoys any activity in the outdoors, especially skiing, snowboarding and biking. She enjoys photography and dabbling in the occasional attempt at art. As a nurse, she spent time in the Intensive Care Unit and Emergency Department, and has completed two humanitarian missions to Ghana.
Most of all, she enjoys the company of her husband and the sweet personality of her little boy.
For more information, please visit mychocolatepeaces.com.
Entries by Gina Baker
Our life is full of many opportunities for us. Coincidentally, it is also full of many perceived barriers that we might allow to prevent us from engaging in these opportunities. I have loved living a life of opportunity and not predetermining my destiny with the thought “I can’t”. Even with a great number of possibilities available to us, it is likely there are too many things to accomplish in this life and perhaps not everything is possible as we imagine it. The important thing here is while we may have a long list of ‘to-do’s’, we are working on crossing… Read more.
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