Who is interested in Pots and Pans talk?
What on earth is there to know about Pots and Pans?
How many of us find the Pots and Pans stuff Boring?
WHY would we want to read about Pots and Pans?
Is there anything to say about these everyday utensils?
Do we think buying Pots and Pans is not worth our time?
Do we rarely cook but have a unit full of Pots and Pans?
Do we have fancy Pots and Pans for that special day?
Do we actually take deep care of our Pots and Pans?
Do we think investing in decent Pots and Pans is going to give us years of real use?
Do we see our Pots and Pans as something to use, but never give it any attention?
Do our Pots and Pans have stains that we have never considered removing?
Do we hate the washing up where the Pots and Pans are soaking, as we burnt stuff during cooking?
Do we hot trot to the shops or go online to replace a pot or pan, soon as it looks too manky for our fancy kitchen?
Do we tend to spend our money on nonsense, instead of buying a pan that would serve us?
Do we lose the lids and never seem to tidy up our Pots and Pans, which are all over the place?
Do we wish we had the perfect pot to cook the stew?
Do we hanker after a pan that could do the job properly?
Do we wish we could afford good quality Pots and Pans, but we have not considered looking after the ones we do own?
Do we ever take time out and give the inside of our greasy pan a good scrub?
Do we ignore the outside of our pan, which has those dark brown ingrained stains?
Do we find the space in our day to do the Odd Job of deep cleaning our saucepans to bring them back to life?
What if our Pots and Pans could communicate to us?
What if the actual state of our Pots and Pans tells a story?
What if the way we store our Pots and Pans gives us a clue of how much we value them?
What if our Pots and Pans simply confirm to us how we go about daily life?
In other words, the respect and appreciation we have is shown to us by the condition of our Pots and Pans?
What if taking care of our Pots and Pans should be a standard that is the same as taking care of ourselves?
What if we stopped to consider what our Pots and Pans offer us by way of reflection?
What if having an arrangement of Pots and Pans that are barely used is not the answer?
What if looking after our Pots and Pans should be a Priority for our daily living?
What if we could teach our kids the value of the small things like our Pots and Pans?
What if we started to Appreciate that our Pots and Pans really do deserve our attention?
How many of us find a favourite pot and use that above anything else, even though it is completely worn out?
How many of us find joy in using our Pots and Pans and reviewing from time to time, to ensure we only keep what we need and use?
How many of us gift someone a Pot or Pan because we felt the value of it in our own home?
How many of us choose a cheap pot to give as a gift, whilst making sure we have the top end range in our own house?
How many of us pay no attention to what is in front of us and ruin the non-stick with an electric mixer and scratch it all up, making it impossible to use again?
How many of us get frustrated when we use the wrong size pot and then Blame the pot, which makes no sense?
How many of use tissue to wipe the inside and stack it away for next time, instead of a good old washing in the sink?
How many of us give our Pots and Pans a quick rinse, as anything more is not where we choose to give our time?
How many of us think the throwaway society we live in means we can discard of our Pots and Pans when we have had enough, as it’s ok to just replace them?
How many of us care about where the Pots and Pans end up that we trash out?
How many of us have even considered landfill sites and what goes into them?
How many of us hoard pots that we inherited and all those we collect but never use?
How many of us find the time to keep our cupboards clean where our Pots and Pans are stored?
How many of us are simply not interested in the love, deep care and attention to detail that is possible for our Pots and Pans and every other item we own?
How many of us are simply not interested in paying attention to the detail that is possible for our Pots and Pans?
How many of us would love to take more care of our Pots and Pans, but would like someone else to do it for us?
Have we ever considered that if we started to take deep care of our body and our environment, then this would have a ripple effect?
This means we would see all things the same and value and respect anything and everything and that includes our Pots and Pans.
What would our world be like if we all started with this simple taking care Business in our individual lives?
Could the Simple tasks in daily life be the game changer?
In other words, our micro movements would change the macro – our world.