My Big Omaha talk

by | May 9, 2014

In lieu of this week’s For the Love of Food, here’s the talk I gave yesterday at Big Omaha about finding time for better health. To see the links I loved this week, you can check them out over at Delicious.

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4 Responses to “My Big Omaha talk”

  1. Dee says:

    Coincidently – this morning I was thinking if I had my own company what health initiatives I would do…
    Love the idea of fitness budget!

  2. maria says:

    I am so freaking proud of you!!!!! this was an awesome talk..your whole grad school productivity-with whole foods….is pretty cool..
    Loads of love..

  3. Misty says:

    Great talk. I am wellness and care management consultant for a major insurance carrier and have found that your message rings true for all, time and time again.

  4.  CreLa says:

    Loved the talk! I related a little too much with being a slave during grad school. My health really took a toll during my program(I actually unintentionally became too thin, what with working every waking moment and living off coffee). I would get to the lab at 6:30am and feed thousands of fish before I even ate. I finally realized I would have an easier time tackling that insurmountable to-do list if I fueled properly.
    Also-I also learned the biggest cognitive decline is between 20’s/30’s? eep!

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