Lindsay Rhodes

Project Manager

Lindsay Rhodes

5 total articles

B.S. in Marketing, Minor in Strategic Communication

Lindsay Rhodes, our Project Manager, currently resides in beautiful city of Chicago. She attended Butler University where she received her B.S. in Marketing and a minor in Strategic Communication. Previously, Lindsay has worked for management consulting firms as a marketing consultant and as a campus recruiter. A huge sports lover, Lindsay enjoys playing basketball, volleyball, and beach volleyball in her free time. When she’s not diving for a ball, she enjoys reading, traveling , and spending time with friends. 

    Our Best Tips to help you prepare for your next Whole30.
    Stress less with 7 Whole30 meal prep tips

    For a seemingly harmless question, “What’s for dinner?” sure can pack a stressful punch—if you aren’t prepared with a ready-made answer. Add a Whole30 to the typical dynamics of the ‘what to eat’ conversation and you have a recipe for frustration. Having a plan and preparing—with the help of useful Whole30 meal prep tips—is your …

    Whole30 and WANDA partnered to bring you a conversation about the past, present, and future of Juneteenth, and how it connects food and freedom.
    Exploring the Connections Between Juneteenth, Food, and Freedom

    In honor of Juneteenth, Whole30 has once again partnered with WANDA (Women Advancing Nutrition Dietetics and Agriculture) to amplify a unique and important conversation. This discussion will lead you on a journey through the past, present, and future of Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day. What follows is a conversation about Juneteenth traditions, foodways, the …

    Skip the Label: If you see a Whole30 Approved logo on a product, you know it's Whole30 compatible and you can skip reading the label.
    Whole30 Shopping Tips: Skip the Label to Save Time

    You can save time shopping without tearing around the corner of one aisle—screeching your cart’s wobbling wheels on the faux wood floor—and almost toppling it over. It doesn’t require you to go ripping through each aisle, and turning the canned goods section of your local supermarket into a practice session for an imaginary Olympic bobsledding …