Do you think our emotional mood prompts physical changes in our body, or do the physical body changes affect the mind and mood?
This 3 part series- better inputs for better outputs is all about the correlation of what goes into our body & the overall effect that it plays to the human condition- physically, mentally & spiritually.
As humans we are a fluctuating reflection of our inputs and it's far more than just what we are eating and drinking. It's what we read, what we listen to, what we watch and who we associate with. So, I want to set down some words indicative of my own personal meditations and experiences on the matter. This is not some ‘power-of-positive-thinking’ fodder. I write this in hopes that it can help you bring awareness to your state of consciousness and how it affects day to day life. Throughout my trials and errors I have found that without...
This series is about improving the standard of our health and wellness by becoming more mindful of our "inputs."
Part 1 covered the importance of the most essential compound for all of life- H2O. If you missed it, you can read it here.
Part 2 is all about the NomNoms, let’s dig in.
So, if you want to make the largest impact in your life- the key is to start with something really simple that you can do every day.
The topic of food and how to properly nourish our bodies SHOULD be simple by nature... unfortunately it has become needlessly complicated.
Many people obsess over obscure items while ignoring the most basic standards for eating that actually carry the most massive weight. I'm here to KISS. (No, not like that, this is what I mean- keep it simple stupid)
Better inputs for better outputs is going to be a 3 part series centered around how to improve results by NOT focusing on the goal itself…
Without further ado, welcome to Part 1:
[[Outputs depend primarily on inputs, and inputs depend on you.]]
**Therefore our inputs are 100% controllable & actionable; Outputs are not.
An idea that I am pondering as I write this series is…
Nailing the basics is simple, but simple does not mean easy
With New Years comes a lot of resolutions and wishful thinking. So, I wanted to hit on the most simple and essential routine that every single human can implement to promote optimal health and well-being...
DRINKING ENOUGH WATER
Of all the behavioral modifications to positively impact the human body in literally every single way- drinking adequate water is the most cheap, uncomplicated, and readily available.