“Where do I start?” is perhaps the most common question people ask about transitioning to real foods and traditional foods. They’re facing a mental hurdle — not only understanding the changes that must be made, but figuring out what to do first (and second and third).
Most people benefit from a big picture understanding, no matter what the topic is. Homesteading, keeping chickens, milking a cow, sourdough baking, lacto-fermentation, cooking traditional foods. Just knowing where you’re headed gives important direction and understanding.
But let’s not forget the importance of actually prioritizing what steps to take, and getting over the mental hurtle of seeing yourself doing it.
I know we’ve all been in this position: wanting to learn a new skill, but lacking the confidence and know-how to actually do it for the first time. It feels too hard, too unknown.
But when we see a video of it being done, or a friend shows us how, or a really good author makes all the steps simple and clear — suddenly we know we can do it. And then we do.
Why is this so? In my case, it is usually because I finally got my head around the whole process — the mental hurdle thing. But most importantly, I saw myself doing it. Then I did it.
Transitioning to Real Foods
Learning to cook and serve traditional, real foods is no different. It is a skill that must be learned.
But first we need to understand what we’re doing and where we’re going. This is the hardest part. The actual cooking is the easiest.
If you want to transition to real foods but you feel overwhelmed by the process and don’t know where to start, my next free webinar is for YOU.
Easy Steps to Real Food in 2012 — Free Webinar
This is what you’ll learn:
- How to prioritize your real food diet changes
- Which real foods offer the best health benefits
- Simple guidelines for making periodic, painless changes… starting right away!
- My best time-saving and energy-saving tips… so you can do more with less work
- And more!
The goals: to help you get your head around what you need to do, to assist you in prioritizing the changes that are right for your family, and to get you seeing yourself as a real food, traditional cook.
Plus… all webinar attendees will receive a FREE recipe & tip booklet.
Please join me on Friday, January 6 at 1pm Pacific for this free, hour-long event.
This webinar is first-come, first-served. Not all who register will attend, and space is limited. You must register to attend the live event or the replay, and to get the free booklet.
I can’t wait to see you there!
And Now: A Question for You
What tips would you share for newbies to real foods and traditional foods? Leave a comment below with your best advice or encouragement.
I’ll be sharing some of your best tips in the webinar. Thanks!