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Happy World Food Day

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What it is:

World Food Day is a day of action against hunger. World Food Day celebrates the start of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United States on October 16, 1845. It was established in 1979 as a world commitment to end hunger. Nobody should have to be hungry, there are 805 million people and one in nine live with chronic hunger worldwide. “Every human being has a fundamental right to be free from hunger and the right to adequate food” says World Food Day USA. The world produces enough food to feed every person on the planet, however the food is not distributed to every human on the planet. There have been some big improvements because countries are coming together to make change to this huge problem. For example, extreme poverty rates have been cut in half since 1990. Although the US is one of the richest countries in the world, 1 in 7 Americans do not have enough to eat.

The impact of hunger:

With 1 in 9 people living with chronic hunger worldwide there is a huge loss to the world when this number is still so significant. Hungry people have learning difficulties, are less productive, are sick more often, and have shorter lives. Hunger leads to increased levels of global insecurity and environmental degradation. Family farmers are the key to ending hunger. Family farms are fruit and vegetable farms, grain farms, orchards, livestock ranches, and even fisheries and those that harvest non- wood forest products.

What we can do about it:

There are a lot of things people can do to help the issue of world hunger. Events are held worldwide that you can attend or host. To find some great ways to get involved check out their event page.

More information can be found at www.worldfooddayusa.org

World Food Day LogoThis blog post was written by Jessi Thome a student majoring in dietetics at the University of Minnesota.
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Procrastination Buster Day

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“Would you like to tackle some of your projects that never seem to get done, handle that backlog of e-mail or clean that closet or your office? Get out from under your old tasks. Clear your mind, clear your life…before Valentine’s day and really enjoy 2015.

From the convenience of your own home or office, join Chere Bork on Tuesday, February 10, 2015. Phone in at the top of each hour at 7 pm CST/ 8 pm EST and at 8 pm CST/ 9 pm EST for 5 – 10 minutes as you announce the project you intend to tackle for that coming hour. We can hear about ten participant’s intentions for that hour. At the close of the two hours we can share in your victory of de-cluttering and deliberately creating the first step to the best year of your life.

It is simply incredible how much energy you’ll get from declaring your intentions and from the camaraderie and support of others sharing the same experience at the same time with you.

COST: It is free. You only need a phone and your intention to make this your best year ever! NO NEED TO REGISTER.

DATE: Tuesday, February 10, 2015

WHEN: 7 pm CST/ 8 pm EST and at 8 pm CST/ 9 pm EST to 9 pm  CST/10 pm  EST

TIMES TO DIAL IN AND CHECK IN:

  • 1st Check-in @ 7 pm CT/ 8 pm EST 
  • 2nd Check-in @ 8 pm CT/ 9pm EST
  • Final Check-in @ 9 pm CT/ 10 pm EST

PHONE NUMBER TO CALL:

Access Number 1-218-548-3421

Primary Passcode 21855#

The way to predict your future is to create it and you are! See you on the call. Email me @ Chere@ChereBork.com if you have questions! Excited for your 2015 possibilities!

Chere!

What a fabulous way to start the New Year – by de-cluttering a corner of my kitchen and my home office! Thanks for Procrastination Buster Day.

I feel energized and ready to tackle my next project!When my husband walked into the kitchen and saw how neat and organized that one section was, he said, “wow!” and planted  a big kiss on my cheek!”  Sonja Stetzler, MA CPC,   www.effectiveconnecting.com

 

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