STAYING IN KETOSIS I have an impeccable diet at home, and I knew this would be one of my biggest challenges while walking the Camino. At home, it has taken me a few years to find the best sources of food the U.S.A. has to offer. I knew that while walking, it would be impossible to locate farmers and talk to them about their animals, the diets of their animals and their soil conditions. I had heard that in all of Europe it is much easier to find foods grown, raised and prepared using traditional methods. I also assumed that...
“Our nation is in the grip of a hidden epidemic. We’ve been taking our digestive system for granted for far too long, starving it of actual nutrition while overfeeding it with toxic levels of processed foods and sugar and overtaxing it with environmental chemicals, stress, and excessive antimicrobials...the gut is not simply a food-processing center - the gut is the center of health itself.” -Dr Josh Axe
I have been living in these leggings ever since their arrival! #genius #sograteful #naturalcoloroftheanimal #alpaca I've been learning the benefits of natural wool as I try to find toxin-free clothing. I have known from experience the last few years that wool is a natural temperature regulator, and it "massages" feet & skin while wearing it! Now I know that wool reduces stress, is antimicrobial, wicks away moisture and of course:) is biodegradable AND beautiful!!! Wool + leggings = Another Happy Week!!! #loveyousomuch
"So here's a thought experiment: Imagine what would happen if each one of us knew ourselves as fully and deeply as possible. And that we led each day of our lives consciously and compassionately, without projecting our emotions onto others, or allowing our egos to distort reality. If everyone did whatever work was necessary to get to know themselves better, and took responsibility for being the best self he or she could be, I believe the world would be a different place, a better place." (LESSONS by Gisele Bündchen)
“Many great writers and thinkers throughout history have discovered that standing, pacing, and walking spur creativity...[some who wrote/worked standing]: Victor Hugo, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Charles Dickens, Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemingway, Vladimir Nabokov, August Wilson, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Winston Churchill, Johannes Brahms, Richard Wagner, E.B. White, Philip Roth, Lewis Carroll...” -John Durant