healthy-livinI’m still learning about life and I don’t know when I’ll ever stop! I enjoy the process of new discoveries, the self testing and you can never know enough. When you start your health journey it can be confusing as there are so many options on how you can protect yourself from dis-ease.

When you start it’s best to take it one step at a time, as the more amazing you feel the more the practices and tools you use just become part of your new healthy lifestyle.

As I said previously I love the learning process, I just want to absorb more and do more! Its really helped me see there is another way and there’s no way I’m going back to feeling drained, tired, stressed, sluggish and like a robot doing pretty much the same thing every week. Yes there is the other side of the coin where I have no idea what to expect or where this path is taking me, but it’s all been worth it and will continue to be.

Your health journey takes time…

It’s a journey of self discovery, it takes time and that in itself is a learning curve. You won’t drop 10 pounds overnight, but you will go through highs and lows, especially when you start to detoxing. By making small changes towards your goals you look back after a few months and realise how much progress you’ve made, it feels so good, you feel good. I used to have to drag myself out of bed in the mornings, I gave that snooze function a good workout and I would normally skip breakfast too. These days I’m up with the sun, I don’t need an alarm clock, I look forward to breakfast and best of all I have a ton of energy.

foodStart with your diet…

I find the easiest way for people to start is through their diet. One thing I always get people to do is a food journal, now days you can easily do this via an app on your phone or just the old fashion way of writing it in your diary. A food journal will show you a pattern of what you eat, when you eat and how frequently. Just give it a try for two weeks minimum and look at your pattern:

  1. Are your meals keeping you full? or do you snack lots?
  2. When do you eat most in the day or evening?
  3. Is what you’re eating and drinking mostly from the on-the-go food from a shop?

I want to help you thrive by getting you to connect to your food, as it’s getting more and more lost with our fast pace society. What we eat and drink is important as it helps us build our bodies and shapes who we are literally. The more in-tune we are with our bodies the deeper we experience life, our connection to each other, the planet and everything. If this is something you want to know more about drop me an email 🙂 Namaste

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