What if caring for yourself wasn’t seen as more work, but instead, a way to make what we have to do better?
Words matter tremendously when we are talking about innovation. Retrain your brain to include how we talk about things in the quest for new. #FOMO
Isn’t it a different mind set when something is optional versus a “must”? How you talk and think about things matters.
I’m not saying real life or real people are anything like the Disney princesses or the new real-life brown eyed princess…Or are we?
Before you order, picture a movie of that food being made (with you as the star!). What would you do differently if you were responsible for it farm to table?
Starting with the tongue (after we select, buy, and prepare our food), our body transforms the food we choose into the fuel we need. Check it out:
What favorite new thing will you learn about Illinois farmers and food this week?
We all had that one teacher we didn’t like but begrudgingly, we admit they probably taught us a thing or two. Here are some lessons from kale.
Explore the possibilities and consider what you are looking at, then let the fun conversation begin.
What if our hearts and heads aren’t aligned? Getting to the “why” of things can help turn the tide.