Sounds like you have a lot to offer, and opportunity to boot. Keep up your spirit and be thankful for this beautiful life. Sending you good vibes through the interweb.
Most Americans have always been flat broke, living from paycheck to paycheck their entire lives. That was me until recently. I just started to earn more money, which is why I trade stocks now. I do not enjoy it, but it's addictive, like gambling. I am not happier, and my health is getting worse for it.
Blessing in disguise. It will be hard at first, but you will find out you don't need material things at all. All you need is love. It might be the best thing that has happened to you.
Money not only does not buy happiness, it makes us soft gluttons. Hard work is good for the soul. If you are a provider for the family, you have a chance to be emotionally supportive, instead of the unwanted position of provider of material things. Debt is no problem. Ignore your bills. Ignore the stupid credit score. Declare bankruptcy with pride. You don't need to own a house. If your wife leaves you because of money, she was not worthy in the first place. Everything happens for a reason. Worrying about money keeps you from the real things in live because money is an illusion. You can provide food and shelter with govt assistance and minimum wage, and you have so much love, and that is all you and your family needs. Enjoy life more without money.
They will remove all GMO ingredients, but will never label it GMO. Their interest is in making money after all. It's unfortunate that GMOs in general have to get a bad rap just because a few pesticide companies are controlling the food that Kroger is forced to buy. Kroger is a victim here, just like the consumers that don't know they are eating poison.
Organic and kosher are assumptions too. I prefer pesticide free food. I do not dig eating toxic chemicals, organic or synthetic. No dig.
What are you talking about it's been tried and failed? Even if that were true, that's not a criteria. I agree there is a clear difference between healthy and organic. If you want health, like I do, start thinking large farm practices vs small farming practices.
Many consumers do not know about GMOs, and the ones that do want Kroger to label. The CEO was touting how Simple Truth is special because of their communication with customers. Not surprised at all, but feel free to label me.
..or no data. No GMO-free labels means it contains GMOs:
Kroger “Simple Truth Organic:” This large grocery chain offers an in-house organic option under their Simple Truth label. However be aware… the “Simple Truth” brand name comes in TWO options: natural and organic. Because the term “natural” means little to nothing in today’s labeling standards (remember, a “vegetarian diet” can include GMO corn), we recommend purchasing only those ‘Simple Truth’ products that include the term “Organic” in the label (since this term disallows almost all GMO ingredients. If the recent chicken lawsuit is any example, their organic option may also be questionable. Lastly, while they didn’t donate money directly to oppose state GMO labeling, they are a member of the Grocery Manufacturers’ Association, who has contributed millions to oppose and defeat state GMO labeling measures.
I sold yesterday luckily, but I bought SUNE which is not doing too well. All solar is down tho. Going to buy more SUNE tomorrow if it drops any more.
may contain GMO ingredients. The CEO was on CNBC saying they are listening to his customers, but he says they want a great food experience and quality ingredients. What customer asks for a great food experience? GMO ingredients are as inferior in taste and quality as you can get.