The myth is that healthy living is expensive living. The reality, however, is that healthy living can be expensive living, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be. Anything can be expensive if you approach the purchase as a careless consumer. We’ve all paid more than we wanted for products or services only to find out later that had we dug a little deeper, the price would have been significantly lower. It happens to everyone. Eating and living healthy should be thought of in the exact same way. Healthy lifestyles can and should be sustainable in the long run, especially economically. All you need is a little bit of know-how, a few shortcuts, and a strategy for success. This is where I think I can help you.
Dreaming big is scary. Daring to do things that have rarely been done before ties knots with your insides and sends shivers down your spine. It can feel paralyzing. But don’t fret. And definitely don’t quit before even starting the journey towards the impossible, because here’s the reality that most don’t know: there’s less competition for the big goals. The bigger the goal, the fewer people vying for the prize. And that’s a huge advantage.
Watching the news is one of the most depressing activities of the day. With media coverage focusing on everything that’s wrong in this world, it’s a rarity to see something that touches us with a smile rather than causing us to reach for the front door to make sure it is securely locked. When probed as to their reasoning for such sensationalist media coverage, broadcasting companies site the psychological phenomenon known as the negativity bias, a theory that suggests humans pay more attention to and give more weight to negative rather than positive experiences.
Let’s see if we can change that with a little help from a nice rack… but first get your mind out of the gutter. This is a different kind of rack.