S U S T A I N A B L Y
At the juncture of personal, planetary health
How’s this for breathtaking disclosure: I am not a woman.
I think of myself as a feminist, in that I think women have the same rights to ... everything despite centuries of acculturation to the contrary. Now, whether the objective woman would review my record and agree that my actions are consistent with this pronouncement, I can only hope. Read more »
"Organic" products are more healthful than non-organic products.
But they are not necessarily nutritious.
One of the great things about attending professional conferences is the exposures and connections that I didn’t go looking for. Read more »
Yesterday, I got an odd message from LinkedIn, congratulating me on my recent job change. 'Cept, of course, I didn't recently change jobs. Random/whatever. Today, I got this:
Hi Michael,Read more »
Whoops – we made a mistake.
Yesterday, you may have received an email regarding a recent job change. We apologize, as we did not mean to send you this message.
We hope that we can continue to support you in your professional endeavors and look forward to celebrating your success.
The LinkedIn Team
I’ve got a big raspberry for the Polar beverages vendor at my local market. He lost focus in what I’m sure is a mind-numbing part of his job, and the result for me was a headache, dry mouth, and not a little bit of consternation.
It is a weakness of mine that no matter what I’m in that market for, I stop by the soda aisle and pop open a liter of whatever, and yesterday it was Polar's diet raspberry lime. I’m a fairly careful shopper, especially when it comes to sugar or sugar-free, and I was definitely in the sugar-free area. Read more »
*Love* this, from Fooducate: Read more »
I thought I was done blogging about my experiences at the Binge Eating Disorder Association's national conference, but a line uttered during the panel I participated in keeps clanging around in my head:
"When I hit 700 pounds, my health started to go down hill."
It was said by Marybeth Quist, who shared her experience as a bariatric surgery survivor on the panel. Even in a sharply sad story where even the ups had downs, that statement of hers has just kept coming back. Read more »