What’s your style?
Do you remember Day 14 when Holly Getty gave me my style points?
In case you weren’t with me then, it is Holly’s signature service, and a really amazing visualization technique she guides you through to uncover three very powerful words.
Each word stands for something very personal and empowering that you apply to your wardrobe.
Here again, are my three words:
After being fully immersed in this 2-week cleanse, I am ready to apply these three words, not just to my wardrobe, but to my insides and my body too.
As Mama Sling always said:
It is what’s inside that counts.
Just ask Stonyfield Farms and Deepak Chopra.
Tonight, I listened to the live conversation Deepak hosted with a few experts around how chemicals are changing the foods we eat.
Pretty scary statistics like:
Babies born today (no matter where) already have 287 chemicals in their tissues.
41% of us will be diagnosed with cancer
The points they made were saddening and a bit scary.
Like 23 million pounds of toxic herbicides will be sprayed in communities across the country, for the first time ever, and annually thereafter, if USDA allows open and widespread planting of GE alfalfa.
The good news:
In true Deepak style, the night was dedicated to solutions, not just highlighting the fear of the problem.
There is hope in actions everyone can take to reverse the issue.
The easy solution?
To help reduce intake of foods with pesticides make one small change in your life: buy at least one more item “organic” ~ meaning switch at least one of your current purchases to the Organics aisle.
And that makes me think:
Isn’t it always one small change that changes everything?
Looks like my style points not only apply to my clothes, and body, but also my food. And, I would love for them to apply to our planet too.
Here’s wishing you a world that is loved, bright and naturally glamorous.
P.S. If you want to see more, learn more, or do more, you can check out the links below:
If you need more reasons to buy organic, and to get a really bad song with a good message in your head, watch Stonyfield CEO Gary Hirshberg and the Stonyfield Moms video: