7 Signs You Should Invest In Food ... In Case You Haven't Been

April 11, 2016

Since I am new to blogging, I thought it might be a good idea to search the web for cool or fun blog topic ideas to keep my readers entertained. It isn’t quite what I had in mind, but I did find this useful blog topic generator. All you do is enter three topics (nouns) that you would like to write about and it will generate blog post titles to get you inspired. I tried it out. It came up with a handful of titles, but this one really caught my attention as an important PSA-style topic. So, without further ado, here are seven signs you should invest in food:

1. You find yourself wanting to live. Food is a necessity for life, without food our bodies would quickly run out of energy and DIE, and then all the savings that you will have accumulated will be useless because you can’t take money with you when you die.

2. You like to taste yummy things. Food tastes good. Well, a lot of it does anyway. Money tastes like salty fingerprints with a dash of flu and a sprinkle of cocaine – in other words, not yummy. Yummy is better than not yummy.

3. You want to be prepared for the apocalypse/natural disasters. If there is ever a serious emergency situation or disaster event, cash will only be useful for when you run out of toilet paper. Food on the other hand is excellent for bartering with.

4. You want to reduce your doctor and hospital bills. Many foods are good for your health. Often the good foods come with a heftier price tag, but the return is better health and less visits to the doctor, equaling bigger savings over the long run.

5. You want to have more quality time with your loved ones. Don’t get me wrong, family-members love hanging around someone with money, but that’s mostly just when they are old or terminally ill. If you have good food in the house every day family will be here to stay! 

6. Your ribs poke out and you have low energy. You could pad your clothing with wads of cash to bulk up your appearance, but I prefer padding with food. It's less itchy.

7. You have a family. It is probably a good time to think about investing in food. Children often get hungry and sometimes need to eat up to five times a day*. Feeding kids makes them last longer, although the downside is they have more energy to drive you crazy.

*rough estimate

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