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October 6, 2021

Today’s hyper-connected world inundates with information, but is it possible we’re losing the ability to think for ourselves? Is connectivity sabotaging human connection? Is critical thinking losing ground to getting in line? Katie Kimball is an educator, online entrepreneur, and most importantly, a mom of 4 thinking children with a message all parents desperately need. YES, worried parents: Your kids can learn to think critically. No, it will not take all the brain cells you have left. It will take some intention to build a spirit of curiosity, attitude of adaptability, and capacity for resilience. These are the habits your kids need early on to assess information, ask the right questions, and come out on top, with their intellect and sense of self intact. It’s time to put critical thinking under the microscope and take practical steps forward. This generation is counting on. Katie Kimball, CSME, is the voice of healthy kids cooking working to restore the health of the young generation, one kitchen at a time. In 2016, she created the Kids Cook Real Food eCourse which has helped thousands of other parents teach their kids to cook and was recently recommended by The Wall Street Journal as the best online cooking class for kids. By partnering with health experts and medical practitioners, Katie has become a trusted authority and advocate for children’s health. She’s shared her journey to real food and natural living for 11 years at Kitchen Stewardship, a blog that helps families stay healthy without going crazy. Busy moms look to this trusted educator for honest, in-depth natural product reviews and thorough research. Katie is also a mom of 4, cookbook author, Certified Stress Mastery Educator, and regular TV contributor from Detroit to LA. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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