It’s true… I gave up bananas for breakfast years ago. It started as a way to reduce my ecological footprint. After all, bananas are flown in from halfway around the world. In my search to find another breakfast sweetie, I stumbled on an unlikely candidate. Check it out!
This might sound crazy… but vegetables and herbs are talking to you. And their message may just change your life and the life of your loved ones. Check it out!
And I mention another resource… the Food Revolution Summit, here’s the link to register so that you get the latest science behind living a long, healthy life: https://www.foodrevolutionsummit.org/?orid=125256&opid=302
Remember to share this link with all your loved ones, especially the next generation, so that they start great food habits young 😉
We are just days away from releasing the first video in the Garden Freedom Festival 😉
But first, another fun story from our Grow Your Own Vegetables community today.
Meet Martha: she’s retired (with kids) and living in Ontario.
Listening to her story, you’ll experience even more joy for gardening.
(I kind of felt like we were two little kids talking about playing outside in the dirt 😜)
When you see someone who has integrated gardening into their lifestyle in a way that is wildly successful AND effortless, you just have to ask them how they did it!
Meet Karla from Denver, Colorado. She works LONG hours and lives in the mountains with highly unpredictable weather. But she doesn’t let anything stand in her way when it comes to growing healthy food and nourishing her soul.
This year, she experienced her best harvest yet despite cold snaps and heat waves. So much so that she is giving away hundreds of pounds of produce! What made the difference? I’ll let Karla tell her own story… And by the way, she’s a garden superhero!
Happy New Year!
It’s that one day of the year when we tend to focus on what we want out of the other 364 days of the year. If you’re like me, you probably don’t set resolutions… but you might set intentions and garden goals. It’s WAY less pressure having intentions and goals than resolutions!!! 😉
And for your growing season to FEEL successful, it’s all about making the whole process easy so you feel good and have fun in your garden…
Because your garden is not only a source of physical health, but mental and spiritual health too! Any garden goal is a good goal as long as it makes you happy, lights you up, and encourages you to get out there and GROW! Interested in Harvest Club to help you move forward with your garden goals? Check it out here: https://growyourownvegetables.org/harvest-club/
In my experience fresh food really CAN be contagious… but jumping up and down waving fresh kale in people’s faces doesn’t really help people feel the joy of fresh food for themselves. That joy usually starts when someone experiences fresh-off-the-vine crisp flavors… and then the curiosity builds and they eat more… until eventually, they are hooked! And if they grow the food themselves, it usually speeds up the process. 😉
That’s what happened with me… I wasn’t always a garden fanatic. It all started when my health took a mysterious downturn.
Watch this video to find out why and to discover a gift that could change the lives of your loved ones forever.
Long-term health and vitality is the best gift to give all the young people in your life.
So here’s a special last minute gift idea:
Give the gift of green this holiday season!
Enroll someone special in the online How to Grow $400 Worth of Vegetables & Herbs in 40 Days class right now. You’ll not only get 50% OFF, you’ll get to join the class, too… free of charge!
Class is just $97 now (for the both of you).
This class walks you through 40 days of growing step-by-step. And because it’s indoor AND outdoor growing, it works in dorm rooms too!
This class empowers your loved ones with life lessons that contribute to their long-term health and happiness. What’s a better gift that THAT!?!
And… it’s all online, which many young people love!