Tober graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in biology. While attending college full time, she worked full time for a biotechnology research lab intent on curing aging. Unfortunately funding is always in question for privately funded research laboratories, so she moved on to work in healthcare.
Tober started Tober's Traditions after developing adverse reactions to many of the common personal care products found on store shelves, and now works on her business full time while continuing to research health and developing products for her business.
In an isle full of candy bars disguised as health food bars it’s difficult to get through all the clutter and junk. Sometimes it’s just downright exhausting and discouraging flipping over every package to read the ingredients only to place the no longer contending product back on the shelf. Continue reading
Let’s be honest about some things: about our personal care habits, and the fact that our personal care habits have evolved differently for each of us. Those habits likely evolved from one of two ways, or a combination of both. Either our parents taught us how to manage and take care of our bodies, or we learned it from Continue reading
I recently had an alarming epiphany. Alarming for two reasons: 1. This realization is not new, it has been ongoing for years, and 2. It’s getting worse. Our culture does not value the truly important things, but instead, many of us value many of the wrong things, and at the expense of our health. Continue reading
Book review: Buyology: Truth and Lies About Why We Buy by Martin Lindstrom. This isn’t a book about marketing; well, it is, but it’s not your typical marketing book. It’s actually a very well written synopsis of what some new psychological research studies are telling us about our buying habits. I stumbled upon this book while searching for books on marketing. I own a business, Continue reading
As consumers become more aware of what goes into their food and personal care products, they are taking action with their wallets and purses by choosing to purchase products that meet higher standards for their health and beauty requirements. For example, choosing to buy organic, non-GMO, gluten free, Continue reading