When tragedy struck, I did the only thing I could to maintain some semblance of control in an uncertain world. I planted seeds and somehow figured out how to grow food, knowledge, and community. You get timeless stories, actionable tips, and recipes from that journey in my first book, Food for My Daughters (available on Amazon in all global markets). It may shorten your learning curve or inspire you a bit (or so the kind reviews suggest) if you’re thinking about digging in as well.
Almost six years have now passed since this book was published on the 10th anniversary of 9/11. My daughters are almost all grown up now. An increasingly-complicated world, however, makes the quest for resiliency — and peace of mind — ever more relevant. Maybe the state of the world or your physical and mental health has you hungry for simple steps forward, too. Maybe it’s not even all about growing food for you, but feeding your soul with some food-for-thought. If so, you’ve come to the right place.
Thank you for your support. As always, 10% of all proceeds from the sale of Food for My Daughters is donated to help provide fresh food to those in need.
Learning as I grow,