Have you ever wanted to just walk away from everything? The appeal of going back to the land, getting off the grid, and growing your own food can be strong, especially in these troubled times. We are constantly bombarded with useless information. Our food is, for the most part, crap, and our artificial surroundings lack the authenticity that our very genes yearn for. So what do you think would happen if you actually followed your dream and left society behind? Maybe it would be everything you dreamed of. Maybe it would be a nightmare. But, perhaps it would be a little bit of both, an experience that would change you forever.
For author, scientist, and marketing guru Hilary Bromberg, living for three years in the New Mexican desert was just that—a transformative experience. She wrote a book, joined a brand consulting firm that works with sustainable products and organizations, and cofounded Barefoot Provisions, a source of cautiously curated Paleo and primal food stuffs. Tony talks with Hilary about her education at MIT, her career in the advertising industry, living in a yurt, and how technology can be used for the greater good.
In the second half of the show Tony is joined by Adam Farrah for our latest installment of big-picture Paleo, where they dive into the clutter in order to dig themselves out. It’s all about organization, people.
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