Earlier this week I asked a question on Facebook about “stockpiling” groceries- and while the answers were varied, most comments agreed with the concept in principle.
How do you feel about it?
When done right, stockpiling is the difference between overspending and staying on budget. It helps weather the storms of life, both literal and figurative. It gives us a better sleep and more security, knowing that even if there’s another pandemic, we’ll be able to find toilet paper…
All jokes aside, the pandemic and every other sudden world event since- from war to accelerated climate change displays- has highlighted the fragility of our food supply system and has underscored that things will not be going back to the way they were before.
We need to adapt the way we shop and cook for ourselves, because that is what we do as a species- we adapt to our circumstances as needed.
My question for you today: how do you feel about stockpiling?
Our conversation on Facebook asks about stockpiling, and how you feel about it. I’d love to see your reply there- and here!
If you’re ready to have a conversation with me about stockpiling, meal planning, and lifestyle pivots, I’m happy to call you. Just book a date and time here.
Be well, friends.