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PODCAST: My thoughts on food shortages & inflation

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In this episode, I share a powerful rant on the current landscape of our food system.  While we are seeing shortages, inflation and challenges with the global 'food system' there is a way to shift how we approach sourcing our food. 

Listen to episode # 116 : My thoughts on food shortages & inflation - Find: A Joy To Be Me - On: iTunes, iHeartRadio, Stitcher or Spotify

I'm offering a new perspective that focuses on abundance and creative solutions. We've got this y'all! 

Other podcast episodes I referred to in this episode:

> Food Forest Abundance with Jim Gale 
> Wild Yeast Bakehouse with John Goncher 
> The true cost of high quality food vs cheap processed food 
> Vibrant Botanicals with Jenny of the Nourished Kitchen 



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PODCAST: The true cost of high quality food vs cheap processed food

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In this episode, I unpack a common mindset many people have around switching over to real food from a processed food diet. As well as from sourcing the BEST quality food in general from local farms doing it right.

Listen to episode # 103 : The true cost of high quality food vs cheap processed food - Find: A Joy To Be Me - On: iTunes, iHeartRadio, Stitcher or Spotify

We are seeing a price increase across the board in our food purchases, so I thought now was a good to share some thoughts on how to invest well in our food with health in mind.

I share my thoughts and tips on ways to strategically buy top-quality food and save money in the short and long term.




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VIDEO: Wild Yeast Bakehouse interview with John Goncher

 

In this episode, I chat with a very generous human; John . John followed his passion and started his business; Wild Yeast Bakehouse in April of 2021. Wild Yeast Bakehouse creates slow fermented artisan breads as a way to support the local community.

WATCH the through the video player above OR on YouTube HERE

By following his passion, John has been able to serve 100 families in his local community, as well as a few local restaurants and is a vendor at the Media Farmer's Market.

Tune in to listen to a powerful conversation about John's journey to following his passion and asking the question: "what would happen if I don't take the risk and create this?"

Learn more about Wild Yeast Bakehouse HERE

Trust me, if you value and love quality locally sourced real food and bread you do not want to miss this episode! Even if you do not live in the area, you may find some inspiration to follow your own passion. As well, as motivation to source this type of bread locally to you (it's...

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PODCAST: Food Forest Abundance with Jim Gale

 

In this episode, I chat with an amazing human; Jim Gale. Jim is the founder of Food Forest Abundance. Food Forest Abundance was established in 2020 as a way to help people grow their own food and has blossomed into a global movement to help people become more self-reliant.

You can watch this episode through the video player above, OR 

Listen to episode #91 : Food Forest Abundance with Jim Gale Find A JOY TO BE ME on iTunes, iHeartRadio, Stitcher or Spotify 

At age 19, Jim first learned about the power of writing his goals. From the practice of inspired visioning, he became a 4-time All American and National Champion wrestler.

After college, he moved to Hawaii, backpacked through 37 countries, lived with the Maasai, explored cultures, and searched for his next inspired vision.

He wrote his goals again at age 29, which included being retired in 3 years. Jim went on to create a mortgage company that reached $1.3B in sales in 3 years, leading him to early...

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How To Combat The 'Falling Off The Wagon' Mindset

Over the years of my work as a Nutritional Therapist, I’ve had many clients come to their sessions telling me that they kind of ‘fell off the wagon’ with their healthy eating. Or I've had people tell me before doing my detox, that they were fearful they wouldn't be able to stay the course without 'falling off the wagon'.

It might be the #1 shame and fear most people have when it comes to establishing good habits around eating well for their health.

First off, I want to expel the myth of the wagon. It doesn’t exist.

There is no wagon, there is only choice and a path. Your path is your journey and it's up to you to choose the trajectory of that path. How bad to you want where that path is leading you to is the real question. If you falter, will you choose to get back up and keep going?

What people are usually referring to is that that feel they won’t perfectly sustain whatever dietary framework they’ve been recommended OR they chose for themselves....

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How To Make Peace With Your Body

food freedom health mindset Mar 25, 2019

Have you ever been at war with your own body? Missing out on life because you didn’t like some aspect of yourself or how you felt inside your own skin? Ugh, me too.

I used to have such anxiety about my belly, my gut also know as the dreaded ‘muffin top’. My belly was flabby and stood out on my otherwise long, leanish body. It made me feel frumpy and unattractive, but also it was uncomfortable being so bloated people mistook me for being pregnant. Nope… I was just bloated and couldn't lose the belly weight or flab. So embarassing.

This happened at least a dozen times over many years. People would literally congratulate me and say, when are you due? Eye roll... I'm pretty sure we all know the take-away lesson there.

To be honest, over those years my life was overwhelmingly unfulfilling. I did not love my life. There were many reasons for that, however I can recall a such deep disgust for my mid-section. I was a slave to my own misery. Often all I could think...

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