The past few weeks I've shared some very practical information with you regarding the food that you purchase and prepare for your family.
We've talked about reading labels, paying close attention to ingredients, differences between conventionally and organically grown food, what is a gmo crop, and so on.
I trust at this point that you have a realization why it is so important for us to monitor our diet, since the food we consume determines the energy, overall vitality and health of our bodies.
Do you want to want to end up as a cancer statistic? Of course not! That's why you are here. To learn how to gain more food independence and incorporate nutritionally dense, disease fighting, health enhancing foods to your diet.
We all have great and wonderful ideas that we want to implement, new and better habits we want to start, grand goals we want to accomplish! All noble intentions.
Every New Year I order planning books, calendars and assorted organizational tools with the goal of getting more things done!
I sit down and begin to map it all out - when, where, how. My big plan for the "new" year.
--- Clean and organize my office
--- Get ready for the taxes
--- Strategize for the landscape business and my own personal business ventures
--- Execute my vision for online marketing, building an audience, creating content, etc.
--- Schedule for the kids in terms of school, vacation, career development, employment
The lists and calendars morph and change as quickly as the weather. But one thing remains the same.
I don't plan anything - personally - for me. The planning and organizing focus around business, finance, work, family objectives and...