MILLIE^

FOUNDER,
UNOFFICIAL CEO,
head boundary breaker and disruptive dietitian

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Through my mecca of must-haves, I provide nutrition professionals* who dare to be different (and who understand that new is necessary in an evolving industry) with the resources and support needed to take their careers from conventional to cutting edge, on their own terms.

Rather than concealing the keys to creating a successful career in nutrition, myself and a guest team of entrepreneurs and experts will reveal the non-googleable secrets to our success to help you create the cutting edge career you’ve been waiting for - one that'll make you feel fulfilled AF, but will also give you the time and flexibility to do the things you love out of the office/home/kitchen, without the guilt.




I'M NOT YOUR TYPICAL COACH, MENTOR, STRATEGIST OR EDUCATOR

INSTEAD, I'M AN UNCONVENTIONAL nutrition industry expert that doesn't do mainstream or mundane

* Nutritionists, dietitians and naturopaths

IT'S BEEN A WILD RIDE

I (just like you) am passionate about     helping people and             food - cooking it, eating it and talking about it. Becoming a dietitian seemed like the most obvious choice for me. 


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After 18 months of working in three private hospitals and across five different consulting clinics, I just couldn’t understand why I felt like I’d chosen the 

WRONG CAREER

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I felt exhausted from being on the go at all times. I was fed up with eating lunch in my car and spending half my weekly pay on petrol. I resented my work and had no time for myself. 

I wanted to quit, but kept reminding myself of the things I’d heard from leaders in the industry: 

Nutrition is competitive, take whatever job you can get

The average salary is really low, but that’s just the way it is

Just be grateful to be employed

Nobody leaves their jobs

Do whatever you have to, to get your foot in the door

You'd be stupid to start a business as a new grad 

ME TRYING TO       ALL THE THINGS

JUGGLE

I let the outdated perception of the industry haunt me for too long, until I finally decided to quit everyone else’s idea of a ‘dream job’ and take my career into my own hands. 

I was unemployed and receiving nothing but a few free gifts from brands as a result of my Instagram page                            , which at the time had 6,000 followers.

Unfortunately though, free jars of peanut butter and boxes of muesli bars just aren’t enough to pay the bills - who knew?! 

@DIETITIANEDITION

I had no idea WTF I was doing

 my way through freelancing opportunities and sporadic contracting roles, all while working in a local clothing boutique to earn some extra cash.

nearly every nutrition job on Seek. I even flew to Brisbane for a job interview because I was so desperate to land a position in the industry and make it appear like I had my sh*t together. I don’t even know who I was trying to impress. 

interviews that stripped me of my confidence and left me feeling like a diluted version of myself. 

I BLINDLY NAVIGATED

I'D APPLIED FOR

I WAS SICK OF

This is when everything changed for mE

I decided it was time to put all of my energy, time [and tears] into creating my dream career.  

I googled everything under the sun related to running a business and working with brands as a nutrition professional. 



I asked several colleagues for guidance and support and was presented with deflating answers. Nobody was willing to help me because we (as nutrition professionals) are all so protective of our work, after being fed this BS lie about the competitive nature of the nutrition industry.

I couldn’t find a single relevant resource that could point me in the right direction.

I made a lot of mistakes - more than I’m comfortable admitting

Like participating in a 3 month recipe development partnership...for free, with no contract or campaign brief [eeeek!]

Or, starting a "business" 5 years ago with no strategic direction or products to sell

And, googling my way through unconventional opportunities, which involved using resources and advice that weren't relevant to the nutrition industry

IT WAS A LITTLE TRAGIC...

NOW, I'VE:

I don’t want you to waste years of your career working in a job you hate

Worked with over 100 leading health and wellness brands, businesses and publications

Organically built my Instagram page @dietitianedition to >25k followers 

Taught over 150 nutrition professionals and students my strategies and advice to help them craft their dream careers


Made a combined $30k off my first two digital product launches
 

Been asked to work collaboratively with some of the businesses who told me "I wasn't the right candidate for them" - funny that!


I WANT
YOU TO:

the same mistakes I did so you can reach your career and business goals sooner

badass bunch of daring nutrition professionals who stick the middle finger to jealousy and judgement so you can do work you actually enjoy

what you deserve by actually charging your worth (and not feeling 'yuck' about it)

that makes you excited about being a professional in the industry, not wondering if you’ve chosen the wrong career.

AVOID MAKING

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GET PAID

CREATE A CUTTING
EDGE CAREER

If you're ready to take the plunge and embark on this journey with me, I know you’ll be able to do just that,

Millie 

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LET'S GET
PERSONAL

EATS

READS

ANIMALS

PLACE

QUIRK

SPORT

BEATS

WARDROBE

music

I’m a Lexie* person  

*my 3.5 year old Golden Retriever. 

Wherever my family are!

Then - basketball. I played competitive basketball for >10 years. Now - is pilates a sport?! 


I have a lazy eye that I used to be incredibly insecure about, now I use my insane peripheral vision to my advantage. Approaching a roundabout has never been easier. 

If you ride with me, you have to be prepared to jump from Drake and Kendrick to Ziggy Alberts and Taylor Swift. My taste in music is as sporadic as my moods (I’m a Gemini - IYKYK). 

I run a hybrid of corporate biz x beach lounge
Think Kookai meets Assembly Label meets Spell & The Gypsy (meets my dressing gown)

I played the piano for 12 years and would now be lucky to identify ‘middle C’. 

My dad’s Italian, need I say more…

Nicholas Sparks and Colleen Hoover books (#basic), but I’m also partial to a professional or personal development novel from time to time.

BIANCA

Overall - you have such a beautiful, gentle, and kind energy, and I really felt like you were a friend guiding me through things, I just wanted to thank you so much…,and for all of your encouragement and help along the way

BIANCA

I first stumbled across you on [ podcast ] and I found your career journey so inspiring. It gave me the push to quit my job and go back to uni to pursue my dream of being a dietitian, second year of my degree down and I’m so glad I made the jump.

ANON.

KAYLA

BIANCA

I first stumbled across you on [ podcast ] and I found your career journey so inspiring. It gave me the push to quit my job and go back to uni to pursue my dream of being a dietitian, second year of my degree down and I’m so glad I made the jump.

ANON.

I first stumbled across you on [ podcast ] and I found your career journey so inspiring. It gave me the push to quit my job and go back to uni to pursue my dream of being a dietitian, second year of my degree down and I’m so glad I made the jump.

ANON.

Your page is amazing, I can’t believe I’ve only just discovered it. I’ve already gone through and saved about 8 recipes.

I just got around to proof reading this [blog].... It is great!! So easy to follow and straight to the point, Thank you so much!

We are all extremely impressed with your blog post, EDM, graphics and how you were able to truly capture the Sarah’s Day voice and communicate with the reader in a fun, bubbly and insightful way.

ELLIE WATSON

SARAH TILSE

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