For the Love of Food

by | Jan 9, 2015
For The Love of Food

For The Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.

This week an easy way to slow aging, the secret to changing your life, and the importance of a personal mission statement.

Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome free speed reading app I just discovered to read at 300+ wpm. So neat!

Want to see all my favorite links? (There’s lots more). Be sure to follow me on on Delicious. I also share links on Twitter @summertomato and the Summer Tomato Facebook page. I’m very active on all these sites and would love to connect with you. (Yes, I took that picture of the pepper heart myself.)

Links of the week

What inspired you this week?

Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,
You deserve to feel great, look great and LOVE your body
Let me show you how with my FREE starter kit for getting healthy
and losing weight without dieting.

Where should I send your free information?
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

5 Responses to “For the Love of Food”

  1. Anne says:

    Darya, I just wanted to say THANK YOU!!! I eagerly wait for your For the love of Food report each Friday, keep the amazing information coming!! You’re the only blogger I follow because I can find it all in one place, besides you’re a top notch researcher with a PhD and nowadays I don’t trust info written by self proclaimed experts who don’t know how to properly interpret the literature. I love you and your work, and your writing, you make sense, you don’t bully people into believing a particular theory… and thanks so so so so much for being so generous with your knowledge and discoveries!

  2. Dave says:

    Hi, Darya.
    The ‘mission statement’ idea is beneficial, but needs to be simple and short. Many years ago, I decided to write mine, and it is only two words. First, though, this is how I determined what it would be…
    People used to write things on headstones to reflect what they thought of the person underneath. If it is to be ‘written in stone’, then it needs to be worthwhile. And, if you want people to write how you want to be remembered, then the hard part is actually living it.
    I have spent decades in leadership roles, management, and in service roles. I spent months thinking of how I want to be remembered on my epitaph…not much room to chisel. I condensed, then further distilled it to two words: “He cared’.

  3. Guss Kuh says:

    Hi Darya,

    Great Post, Great info, Great blog.

    I love it! 🙂


  4. Jules says:

    Great list as always Darya!
    Glad you liked my Simplifying post

What do you think?

Want a picture next to your comment? Click here to register your email address for a Gravatar you can use on most websites.

Please be respectful. Thoughtful critiques are welcome, but rudeness is not. Please help keep this community awesome.