Kameryn works full time running business development for a music tech company. When she's not coordinating concert tours for her favorite bands, you can find her in her kitchen whipping up a meal for friends and running her blog, Sullivan Street Eats.
Sullivan Street Eats started way before the pandemic on Sullivan Street in Soho, NYC. What started out as a food blog aimed to inspire people to cook more has evolved into a wellness lifestyle medium.
"I was THE pickiest eater for 20 years and it wasn't until I met my husband that i started to expand my palate. Once I started cooking on my own and incorporating fruits and vegetables, I realized how amazing i felt both physically and mentally."
"The Blog Started out as a fun way to document all of the exciting new foods I was eating."
"If i could change my habits after 20 years, maybe others could too!"
For me, it was
self-doubt. I’m my own worst critic and I tend to care way too much what other people think. I was worried that the wellness space was too saturated but I had to get past that and realize that each person brings their own perspective and there is room for everyone.
My sister, Kat Tanita, who built her own fashion and lifestyle blog 10 years ago. She was the one who convinced me to start a blog in the first place and has been a big supporter pushing me to pursue my passion for food and wellness. She started her blog before blogging was a profession and she’s helped me so much navigating this space.
I’ve been really cautious about limiting social interactions with other people which has been the hardest part for me. I’m an extrovert and thrive when I’m surrounded by friends. I’ve been making it a habit to call and check in with friends since I can’t travel to see them. I am also learning to lean into the alone time and focus on self-reflection.
I cook a delicious meal. Nothing makes me happier than being in the kitchen whipping up a delicious meal for the ones I love.
I love working out but for me, my favorite form of movement is a long walk. It's an opportunity to slow down and reflect.
I could live in my Lyla Dress everyday! As soon as I put it on I feel confident, yet comfortable. I love wearing mine out to run errands or even at home while I work. If I want to dress up the Lyla I throw on a denim jacket and some espadrilles. More recently I’ve been wearing it as a coverup since I’m down in Florida with family.