Category Archives: WELL BEING

The Spiritual Aspect Of Eating Right: The Devil Hidden In Ingredients…

Is there right and wrong eating? In my opinion, yes there is. How do I know? Through my own trial and error within my own experience eating this and that. Yet, I can’t remember exactly why or how I stumbled upon eating plant based whole food in the first place. How I eat is not vegan or vegetarian.… Read More »

On Being Good Enough To Yourself: Treating You Better Is Not Selfishness

I think that often our lives are more about others than ourselves. But, we need to think about us, too. This doesn’t mean we are being selfish. And, if it does, a little bit won’t hurt. Living a healthy lifestyle is being good to yourself. If we are overweight and have ailments, conditions and disease, we most certainly… Read More »

The Big Life Reboot: Practical Tips On Creating Peace And Serenity In Tumultuous Times Like These….

If you are reading this you might want more well-being. But, everyone is different. For example, some of us are warriors who seek out conflict and action, while others like myself actively seek out peace and serenity. ‘There are 3 spiritual paths in life… Warrior, Service or Surrender. I fought my battles, did my service surrendering to a… Read More »

Why Do Some People Stay Trim, Healthy And Live Long Eating Bad Food And Drink?

Many ‘scoff’ at the idea diet has anything to do with health. In my opinion, it’s no laughing matter. What we do now will affect our future health by how we eat. There are many foods we were told were healthy that have been proven not. For example, meat and dairy. Genetics do play their role in health… Read More »

The Illusiveness Of Becoming More Of You: The Art Of Being Ourselves Rather Than Someone Else…

Isn’t this a silly question? How do we be us? People in middle age often have what’s called a ‘mid-life’ crisis. But, I don’t know what that really means. I wonder which ‘crisis’ they are talking about? I think life unfolds with more of them than we’d like. When I was young I thought it ‘cool’ when an… Read More »