On Rich Ground

On Rich Ground: Plant Flowers

By Melissa Petersen | April 18, 2017
0 Shares
Share to printerest Share to fb Share to twitter Share to mail Share to print

Are you optimistic about 2017?

I didn’t start the year in a very optimistic mind-set. I was disappointed…about so much. The simple cartoon words above kicked me into a better frame-of-mind. If I want flowers, I have to plant them.

If you want to [insert word here], you have to do something.

I’m starting with our magazine. Edible Memphis celebrates its 10th anniversary with this issue. We’ve decided to shake it up a bit. We’ve retired some columns and are developing some new ones. We’ve got new writers and partnerships, a freshened design, and are looking at it all from the point of doing. We want action. Here are some new tools.

Cook. Discover an ingredient. Support artistic endeavors. Explore a new-to-you part of town. Visit a treasured spot nearby. Eat better. Grow something. Be active.

We’ve said it before — things start with food. Conversations start around a table. Making a new habit starts with one step. That step can be food. You’ll see how it makes things happen — a garden grows, you eat better, you discover someone or something — and then it’s a simple jump to take action about other things.

If you want flowers, plant them.

If you want change, change things.

Eat. Drink. Read. Think. Cook. Go. Act.

Article from Edible Memphis at http://ediblememphis.ediblecommunities.com/food-thought/rich-ground-plant-flowers
Subscribe
Build your own subscription bundle.
Pick 3 regions for $60