378: Lee Rhodey on Markets on the Move.
Following rabbit holes to new adventures and new veggies.
Lee is not our typical guest, but her story is something that I can relate to. Lee reached a place in her life where things were at a turning point. She was unhappy and the grass looked greener in everyone else’s story. She realized she needed to change her outlook and she started the I’m so Her project to help her appreciate what she had.
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In This Podcast:
Sometimes it takes a person to reach a really low point in their life before they make the choice to change the way they think. Lee Rhodey had that realization and decided it was time to be look at life differently in order to find her life’s purpose. On that journey she found Market on the Move and discovered that it brings adventure to her life with every new box. Her goal to be an example and share the mindset changing journey is documented in her I’m So Her project.
Listen in and learn about:
- Thinking that everyone else has it and you don’t
- A realization that she needed to change her mindset
- Developing accountability and what that means
- Market on the Move and mistaking it for a farmers market
- How she connected to the one near her
- What someone gets in a typical box
- How the produce is part of the box
- Deciding to never buy tomato sauce ever again
- Having more veggies than she can use sometimes
- Her favorite week was full of mangoes
- Being excited about an abundance of food
- Being adventurous and trying new things with the veggies
- See the abundance and move towards it
As well as:
- Her failure – Trying to learn how to drive a manual transmission
- Her success – Learning to knit a little hat
- Her drive – Time and the awareness that this is all we have
- Her advice – Make your password align with your affirmation
Blog written by Lee:
I’m So Her
Lee’s Book recommendations:
How to reach Lee:
To learn more about more about Growing Your Own Food
And to see the I’m an Urban Farmer line
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