We’ve covered a lot in the last 10 posts, that’s for sure. If you’re feeling any information overload or are concerned about the choices you’ll make from here, just keep this in mind…
Just one small step to more healthy living is an important one. And as you make each new step, the next one becomes even easier. You don’t have to have all the answers before you start because you’re going to learn as you go along. And besides, only you can decide what is right for you.
Whether you start a vegetable garden, decide to raise chickens or rework your budget so you can start eating more organics foods, these are all steps in the right direction.
Start by looking at local resources in your neighborhood. Look for farms, you-picks, seed banks and even educational opportunities available to improve your lifestyle. Some of the resources I’ve mentioned in the past few posts that might help you include:
– The EWG Dirty Dozen – find out which fruits and vegetables are most likely to have the highest and lowest use of pesticides.
– Find farmer’s markets, restaurants and grocery stores that sell organic food using Local Harvest.
– Look for you-pick opportunities – just check if they’re organic.
The next step is up to you. I know you’ll be glad you took it.