My name is Casey Bowser and I am an intern at the New Bedford site in MA and a student in the URI Master’s program. It is hard to believe that I have already completed over six months of my internship! During this time, I have had so many wonderful opportunities and have acquired a number of useful skills that will be valuable throughout my career as a dietitian. One particularly memorable experience that I had was spending time with a local RDN that specialized in digestive health and nutrition. She ran her own private practice, wrote a number of published books, and also lead workshops for healthcare professionals. Even with her busy schedule, she still found time to create and update a blog with recipes, tips, resources and personal stories. As part of my time with her, we spent a day creating a new blog post. First we prepared a low-FODMAP quinoa bowl, choosing a variety of vegetables that were colorful and delicious. Next we used a number of props and different lighting techniques to capture a professional-looking and aesthetically pleasing photo for her blog. Through the combination of creativity and professional knowledge, we created an informative and useful post. With this RDN’s high volume of blog followers, it was clear that people really appreciated her blog and the time that she spent creating it. This was an eye-opening activity, because it was an aspect of the profession that I had no prior experience with. In a world that is so technologically savvy, blogs and websites are a great way to connect with clients and other professionals in the field. I learned that taking a little bit more time and effort to create something like this really demonstrates how passionate you are about your profession!