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Raw Food Living Diet
San Francisco
Health focused, raw food enthusiast and consultant, artist, HAPPY!
Interests: Superfoods, healing through diet, perfecting the raw goji brownie, plant-based nutrition, small organic farms, learning to sail, getting better at yoga, creating my perfect Pandora station
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Raw Food Living Diet is now following SouleMama
Feb 8, 2010
Any Farmer's Market is my HAPPY PLACE! I LOVE ALL Farmer's Markets in general and now, thanks to Marnie Northrop, I have a NEW FAVORITE: The Alemany Farmer's Market! Continue reading
Posted Feb 8, 2010 at Raw Food Living Diet's blog
Raw Food Living Diet is now following meighan
Feb 8, 2010
Raw Food Living Diet is now following Stefan G. Bucher
Feb 8, 2010
Raw Food Living Diet is now following Tim Dierkes
Feb 8, 2010
Since beginning my raw food living diet journey almost a year ago, I have tried many ways to keep up with my need for fresh organic fruit and veg while and keeping my cost down. By far the best move I ever made was to sign-up for Albert & Eve! Their service not only saves me time, but a lot of money! And let's... Continue reading
Posted Feb 8, 2010 at Raw Food Living Diet's blog
Hi Loree, Thanks for posting! I agree that facebook, for me, opened up a whole new world of people I world not be "engaged" with on a regular basis! I even found long LOST cousins, and we cyber-cried tears of joy in our reunions, sharing photos, learning about new children , milestones, etc. I'm also oddly an introvert, which makes being in sales a struggle. So I also love linkedin, where I can keep up with the business associates I've cultivated. It's nice to build relationship in such a non-intrusive manner. I'm also not a "horn-tooter", but posting a promotion on LI or a personal accomplishment to my FB peeps seems safe and accepted. I was just at a gathering of 8 women friends, and we all live in different cities in the US. Three of us are on FB, but I'm the only one who is really ON facebook. The consensus of the non-FBers was "I don't know how to use it!" Perhaps it's still too new for some, but I think that social media is definitely more natural to those in the media, advertising, technology employment and those in bigger cities. PS - I'll be saying Happy Birthday to you soon on Facebook!