Practice Good Thinking

For our first post, we’d like to start our with our mission statement:

We believe Good Thinking is like good food – both scrumptious and crunchable.

Don’t worry if your brain gets tired at first. Soon, good thinking becomes quite addicting and requires very little mental effort after some practice.

At a loss for what to think about? Try pickles.

Yes, onions are the worst for hives,

And corn soaks well in teas.

From bushes come all kettle corn,

And pickles grow on trees.

-Michael Metzler Jr. from “Pickles Grow On Trees”


Food for Thought.

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