When we think of the professions who “must” take care of their human needs first – eat well, exercise, sleep enough, etc., what comes to mind? Athletes? Olympians? Musicians on tour? Actors prepping for a role? What if we thought about taking care of ourselves as a professional must?
There are SO many layers to the conversation surrounding food, nutrition, and agriculture that the perception can be that it’s too overwhelming to make a wise choice. It’s not. We just need to prioritize.
I was invited to do a Smart Talk at the International Home and Housewares Show, focusing on what people have on their minds when it comes to food, nutrition, and agriculture. Check out the video!
We can have the best intentions and want to do the right things. But if our daily choices don’t ladder up to what we believe, the tactics become the strategy.
There are 38,900 items in a typical grocery store. It’s no wonder people look for an easier way to navigate. What if we are simplifying some of the wrong things?
Shopping is fun. Technology is eerily exciting. Food keeps us alive. Information is coming at us a million miles an hour from every direction. Let me tell you a story that brings all of these thoughts together.