Is systemic racism at work in our food system. Are areas of poverty the deciding factor in who gets access to good, wholesome foods?? This is a great article that introduces the concept of “Food Apartheid”
Food justice activist Karen Washington wants us to move away from the term ‘food desert’, which doesn’t take into account the systemic racism permeating America’s food system
Source: Food apartheid: the root of the problem with America’s groceries | Society | The Guardian
Very interesting article about processed foods. Worth a look for those looking to improve their health and nutrition.
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Source: The Problem with Processed Food — Confessions of a Supply-Side Liberal
Looking for a way to experience some calm and peace during some challenging times, I turned to an old friend, the coloring book. Growing up an only child, you gotta find some things to keep you busy. Coloring and comics, two of my go-to things.
I remember having coloring contests to see who could do the best picture. This was when you had to have quarters to play “video games”. The hours and number of books colored as a child can be incredible. Even if a child chooses to do something other than to be the next Crayola Picasso, we all touch the cray at some point in our lives
I forged some of my longest friendships across a dining room table with a 32 box laid out between us. When else did you learn to hang with somebody else and just be ok being there and not have to or need to say something?? I should start coloring with my wife. (Hmmm….)
Coloring is making a comeback and it is for the discerning individual(s). Pick up a book, crayons, pencils, markers, whatever you color best with and turn back the clock to a simpler time when it was all about the color.
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Who doesn’t want a pastime that relieves stress, trains your brain to focus, sharpens your fine-motor skills…and makes you feel like a kid again?
Source: 5 Adult Coloring Books For Those New to the Phenomenon – Everup
This mother and son run one of the coolest vegan restaurants in NYC. Check out this article to find out about them and many other Black-owned vegan eateries around the country. Check them out and let them know that The OrganicBabyDaddy put you down.
It’s quite possible that one of these 29 Black-owned meat-free restaurants could be around the corner from you. Check them out!
Source: These Black-Owned Restaurants Are Plant-Based Perfection | PETA
I am a telecomuting parent. There has been several good and challenging things about this. This article was a good on that gave me some insight into some of those areas and placed them in a different light.
Are you a mom or dad considering remote work for increased flexibility? Virtual Vocations gets real about the ups and downs of being a telecommuting parent.
Source: Top 8 Pros and Cons of Being a Telecommuting Parent
At Home Astronomy: Hands on science activities for the family. By the Center for Science Education at Space Sciences Laboratory.
Source: At Home Astronomy – Science Experiments for the Entire Family
Looking for a curriculum to help you and your child to learn more about Astronomy, check out this great website. 10 great lessons and experiments on the stars. Makes for a great 10-week science curriculum.
Written by Travis Bradberry
Toxic people defy logic. Some are blissfully unaware of the negative impact that they have on those around them, and others seem to derive satisfaction from creating chaos and pushing other people’s buttons.
As important as it is to learn how to deal with different kinds of people, truly toxic people will never be worth your time and energy — and they take a lot of each. Toxic people create unnecessary complexity, strife, and, worst of all, stress.
“People inspire you, or they drain you — pick them wisely.” – Hans F. Hansen
Recent research from Friedrich Schiller University in Germany shows just how serious toxic people are. They found that exposure to stimuli that cause strong negative emotions — the same kind of exposure you get when dealing with toxic people — caused subjects’ brains to have a massive stress response.
Whether it’s negativity, cruelty, the victim syndrome, or just plain craziness, toxic people drive your brain into a stressed-out state that should be avoided at all costs. Continue reading 10 toxic people you should avoid like the plague
This is a very interesting article about how a guy saved himself some money by cutting out some of his disposable expenses. It is a very insightful introduction into how much money we can be wasting. I can see where this could work. Check it out and give us some feedback.
Are there places in your monthly expenses that you can remove three things and see how it impacts your financial picture.
Source: The CUT 3 FOR 3 Challenge – How I saved over $925 per month – millennial money hack
There is absolutely no excuse for you not to master a new skill, expand your knowledge, or eventually boost your career.
Source: The 37 Best Websites To Learn Something New — Life Learning — Medium
There are many natural methods that are useful to treat drug addiction. These include acupuncture, yoga, and consuming a healthy diet.
There are many options that those struggling with this ailment can investigate. We would like to share access to information on a few options that can be looked at to help those in a challenging position in life. #orgbabydad #organicbabydaddy
Source: 6 Natural Methods for Drug Addiction