Are you tired of red peppers and tomatoes that taste like cardboard? Do you buy organic fruits and vegetables, but wish the prices were lower?
Do you live in a condo, apartment or small space and yearn to grow your own fresh organic vegetables, but think you don’t have room?
The good news is that you can grow an edible garden right on your balcony, patio or kitchen windowsill.
If you are wondering how to make money in retirement, our contributor, Lynda Goldman, has some excellent suggestions. Why not share your passion for health with the world, while funding your dreams?
For most of my life I’ve been unemployable.
That doesn’t mean I haven’t had jobs. I was a college language teacher for many years. That led to an opportunity to write textbooks – and I found that I loved the creativity of writing.
I then went freelance and got contracts to write training programs for corporations.
Local health food stores have always been magical places for me. This may seem funny, because when I discovered them almost 40 years ago, they were often in dingy basements, staffed by earnest macro-biotic types, and stocked with unappealing tofu, brown rice and medicinal herbs.