I had a really good run. Then I fell off the yoga wagon. I started to prioritize socializing for fear I was missing out on a 20-something life experience I could never get back. I lost days to hangovers that left me feeling sad and untethered. Nights spent having conversations I couldn’t remember. Money I had worked so hard for was disappearing out of my bank account. So, I had to start again. Read more
Our digestive system is important to our health, in fact the digestive system is made up of numerous organs working together to break down, absorb, and process nutrients in the food we eat, if our system is out of whack our body becomes malnourished and toxins that build can lead up to degenerative diseases. Read more
The body is amazing. It knows when to go to sleep, when to wake up, and when to go to the bathroom. It maintains a temperature of 98.6 degrees, repairs itself when wounded and knows the miracle of pregnancy and childbirth. Your heart never misses a beat. Your lungs are always breathing. The body is a super-computer, and it never makes mistakes.
Look at the foods, deficits and behaviors in your life that are the underlying causes of your cravings. Many people view cravings as weakness, but really they are important messages meant to assist you in maintaining balance. When you experience a craving, deconstruct it. Ask yourself, what does my body want and why? Read more
I have been to many speaking events, and conferences. Events by BIG “NAME” people that have massive empires that didn’t deliver, there is always an element missing. This one will forever be in my memory. The content was excellent, the speakers were unbelievably inspiring and the friendships that I made will be part of my life for a long time. Rarely do you ever go to an event where the speakers are treated the way they should be. Lewis went out of his way to express his gratitude and show his appreciation for the speakers as well as all of the attendees. Read more
What happens when you don’t manage your energy appropriately? We lose sight of what we are doing. We feel completely defeated, tired and not really inspired to do much. The majority of our time is spent doing things mindlessly, we neglect how we manage our time and energy. We often fail to notice where we allow ourselves to get depleted. It could be a job that’s not so great, a toxic friendship or relationship, not the right types of foods, too much social media, ‘comparison’ the number one killer of joy… and so on. Here are a few ways to begin to reset that flow of thought and energy back to where it belongs… Read more