Want to keep reading one of my blogs everyday?

Even though the daily streak is ending—I’ll still be blogging frequently.

J. Morris Hicks, the "big picture" guy

J. Morris Hicks, the “big picture” guy

Plus, you can check out Categories. Those previous 730+ blogs will remain on the site indefinitely. In order to easily access whatever topic you might like to review, simply use the “Categrories” function. Near the top of the right column, look for this phrase: “Check out over 50 categories of daily posts.” Under “Select Category,” there is a drop-list in alphabetical order.

Each category is followed by a parenthesis showing the number of blogs I that have posted under that category. Some blogposts appear in two or more categories.

Take a look at the list below, you will notice that I have posted 75 blogs under the first category: “4Leaf for Life.” I even have a “Humor” category, where there are currently six blogposts.

For your convenience, I have pasted the entire list of “categories below”—and, as a tribute to the new Super Bowl Champs (the Ravens), I have added a hot link to the Athletics Performance Category.

  • 4Leaf for Life  (75) Academic Freedom  (7) Activism & Leadership  (162)
  • Alzheimer’s Disease  (6) Athletic performance  (11) Beverages (all)  (6)
  • Big Picture (89) Bill Clinton  (18) Biodiversity  (3) Book Promotion  (30)
  • Cancer  (46) Celebrities  (93) Children  (26) Climate Change  (13) Colon Health  (11)
  • Corporate Wellness  (13) Cost of Food  (5) Cost of Health Care  (20)
  • Dairy, cow’s milk  (21) Diabetes  (19) Energy  (23) Environment  (33)
  • Erectile Dysfunction  (8) Food Contamination  (7) Food Policy  (28)
  • Genetically Modified (GMO)  (2) Grassroots Revolution  (4) Happiness  (3)
  • Harmony Project  (13) Health in General  (41) Healthy Eating 101  (56)
  • Heart Disease  (36) Human Genome  (1) Humor  (6) Insurance  (10)
  • Land, Trees & Forests  (3) M.D.s—Health-Promoting  (33) Medical Experts  (51)
  • Microwave cooking  (1) Obesity  (23) Omega 3  (3) Organic, local produce  (4)
  • Osteoporosis  (3) Poll included  (1) Prescription Drugs  (5) Prevention  (10)
  • Protein Concerns  (15) Recipes & meals  (39) Scientific Integrity  (22)
  • Social Challenges  (15) Sound Bites  (7) Suffering of Animals  (29) Sustainability  (62)
  • Testimonials  (9) Uncategorized  (25) Vegan or vegetarian?  (14) Vibrant health  (8)
  • Video Included  (49) Vitamins & Supplements  (14) Water Pollution & Usage  (9)
  • Weight-Loss  (22) World Hunger  (16)

When you click on one of the categories above or in the drop-down list, you will go to a page that has previews of the three most recent blogs on that topic. The arrow at the bottom of the page will take you to the three next three “older posts.” Notice that my most prolific topic is “Activism & Leadership” with a current total of 161 blogs. If you read one of them daily, it’ll take you almost six months to get through just that one category.

Me, an activist? Who knew? When I started this blog, I had never described myself as an activist, but I often do now. As and activist and the “big picture guy,” J. Morris Hicks needs to learn all about a plethora of inter-connected topics and then simplify everything—weaving them all together and boiling it all down to just two words: WHOLE PLANTS. That’s my kind of activism—and that’s not going to end.

I always liked this plant-based version of the Google logo.

I always liked this plant-based version of the Google logo.

Using Google. What would J. Morris Hicks have to say about almost any topic, person or phrase? Let’s say you’re thinking of a blog in which I mentioned David Letterman.

So just google “david letterman j morris hicks” and you will links to those blogs where Dave was mentioned. This is one reason I published our book under the J. Morris Hicks name instead of my typical James M. Hicks. It’s because I am the only J. Morris Hicks in the world—compared to about a million “Jim Hicks.”

Consecutive daily blogs

Consecutive daily blogs

My daily streak will end on February 11 with my 737th consecutive daily blog. But hpjmh.com will not be going dark. It will still be around for a very long time—hopefully long after I am gone. In the meantime, I will continue blogging, updating and adding pages—always focusing on my mission of promoting health, hope and harmony on planet Earth.

Want to help support our mission? Click here for a few ideas

Handy 4-piece take-charge-of-your-health kit—from Amazon.com

Want to find out how healthy your family is eating? Take our free 4Leaf Diagnostic Survey. It takes less than five minutes and you can score it yourself. After taking the survey, please give me your feedback as it will be helpful in the development of our future 4Leaf app for smartphones. Send feedback to jmorrishicks@me.com

International. We’re now reaching people in over 100 countries. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter or get daily blog notices by “following” us in the top of the right-hand column. For occasional updates, join our periodic mailing list.

To order more of my favorite books—visit our online BookStore now

J. Morris Hicks, working daily to promote health, hope and harmony on planet Earth.

For help in your own quest to take charge of your health, you might find some useful information at our 4Leaf page or some great recipes at Lisa’s 4Leaf Kitchen.

Got a question? Let me hear from you at jmorrishicks@me.com. Or give me a call on my cell at 917-399-9700.

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Blogging daily at hpjmh.com…from the seaside village of Stonington, Connecticut – Be well and have a great day.

—J. Morris Hicks, board member, T. Colin Campbell Foundation

About J. Morris Hicks

A former strategic management consultant and senior corporate executive with Ralph Lauren in New York, J. Morris Hicks has always focused on the "big picture" when analyzing any issue. In 2002, after becoming curious about our "optimal diet," he began a study of what we eat from a global perspective ---- discovering many startling issues and opportunities along the way. In addition to an MBA and a BS in Industrial Engineering, he holds a certificate in plant-based nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies, where he has also been a member of the board of directors since 2012. Having concluded that our food choices hold the key to the sustainability of our civilization, he has made this his #1 priority---exploring all avenues for influencing humans everywhere to move back to the natural plant-based diet for our species.
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4 Responses to Want to keep reading one of my blogs everyday?

  1. Joanne Irwin says:

    Jim, did you ever expect to touch and influence so many when you began? Bravo!! Someone in my recent Food for Life class said that he had just finished reading your book, and found it a fabulous summary of the medical/scientific mentors in our plant based family, AND wonderfully inspiring! One day – soon – that corporate door will open with a resounding ‘yes’. Thank you for giving of yourself with passion, zeal and commitment for the sake of health and wellness – for individuals and our precious Mother Earth.

  2. Kathy Roach says:

    Thanks for the tips on how to continue to follow you on all subjects. You have written many things either here or in your book that have contributed to my moving forward in important ways. At first, I felt a small sense of panic that you would not be blogging everyday, but it’s time for you to step up to a larger audience….my blog friend, you are a leader. Your success touches us all.

  3. Mary Wolf says:

    Yes, yes, I want to stay on your site. Bravo! Ii’ve enjoyed it immensely. And look forward to the more occasional posts. Mary

  4. Wayne Johnson says:

    Please keep me on your wonderful sight……PLEASE!!!!! You have been a strong source of inspiration and information for me. Thankyou! Charlien Johnson

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