Tonight, at around 7:30ish (Arizona time), the biggest and brightest Super Moon of 2020 will be rising up from the horizon. And me? Around that time, you’ll find me sitting in my wooden patio chair, soaking in the glow of that moon light upon my skin and warm orange and yellow flicker of flames dancing … Continue reading April Full Moon – A Time to Release and Let Go
As I slipped my sandals back on and walked out into the chilly November air to my car I felt the most relaxed, I’ve ever felt. The bun on the top of my head had toppled over to the left side and that strands of hair where sticking out everywhere. But I didn’t care. I … Continue reading Hot Yoga Experience…Part III
With my bare feet I took my first step onto the wooden floor. The smell of moist cedar and a warm humid air filled my lungs surrounding my body. The room was dimly lit with white led candles flickering along the walls of the room. The instructor’s mat was in the front center of the … Continue reading Hot Yoga Experience…Part II
Part 1 Right now, I’m going through a stressful time in my life. Not to mention...it's also the holiday season. Getting through the holiday season is one thing but adding life's obstacles can make it even tougher. So, to stay sane and calm through all of this, I have turned heavily to three things: HikingListening … Continue reading The Hot Yoga Experience
A few weeks back, I watched a movie on Netflix called, Game Changers. It’s a documentary about how supreme athletes have become game changers due to eating a plant based diet, making them stronger and healthier than ever. The term, "Game Changers" doesn’t just apply to their performance but also changing the game at how … Continue reading Join Me for a New Years Experiment
Growing up we were taught that our IQ score would determine how intelligent we are. The higher the IQ the more successful we would be in life. However, there is more to intelligence than the intellectual level. In fact, most successful leaders, such as billionaire Warren Buffet does not have a higher IQ than the … Continue reading How to Improve Our Emotional Intelligence
I remember being 8 years old, sitting on the front porch with my grandma on a summer afternoon. “It’s going to rain," My grandma spoke out-load as she touched her rigid knees. "I can feel it in my bones.” I looked down at her wide arthritic fingers rubbing her smooth knees and wondered if she … Continue reading Does the Weather Affect Our Body?
Since the introduction of smart phones and social media the desire to be perfect has increased in our culture. While it’s a positive to set goals and aim high, it can turn negative if you begin to feel contradictory emotions while on the journey to achieve the end goal. It boils down to adaptability and … Continue reading Abandoning Perfectionism
Forming any new habit can be hard to stick to. The first week you may be revved up and hitting all your goals but shortly after this you may find yourself hitting a wall. The motivation wears out its welcome and find yourself going back to your old ways.
A lot of people assume that thinner and muscular people are on the top level of absolute health. But that's not always accurate. People with what you may consider to have perfect bodies are not always the healthiest. In fact, skinny people can be just as unhealthy as overweight people.