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?
As I was baking this morning to use up some pantry staples, this idea popped in my head of things that would be super helpful for people to know in regards to meals and food prep.
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.
The turn of the calendar often reinvigorates commitments to health year after year. If “Groundhog Day” to you refers more to starting over every year than to a rodent’s prediction about winter, read on, dear friends.
Let’s be honest. Many of us have chosen snacks not based on their nutritional value, but instead for whether or not they will leave a greasy trail on our smart phone screens and/or if they are socially appropriate to eat in meetings.
Managing our food budget and honoring the food that farmers grow for us. Being responsible with our meal planning and not wasting what we buy. The snazzy new way to talk about this is #foodwaste.