Health Energy Clarity Wealth

unknown…with postitive radiance as opposed to:

FAT – LAZY- STUPID – POOR

As a Drinker, I gain weight, procrastinate, forget, and waste money.  Oh, there’s a lot of other bad habits I probably could name, -that I would and could beat myself up about…but these four seemed to make up a little rhyme in my mind.  (And I don’t want to focus on negative anymore…I’m trying to be bright and positive)

I am a relatively healthy person.  I’m in my early 50s, I am within 10 pounds of my optimal weight, I can walk miles and miles with ease, make it though just about any workout class, stay hydrated…I seek out organic food and pasture-raised protein and cook my own meals…contemplate the idea of  meditation.  LOL.   I have even educated others about health.  When I published a natural living magazine, I was on my 25 month Sobriety Session…as I look back,it was as I was selling it that I starting sipping again.  Hmmmmm….

My grandparents lived into their mid-late 90s, my great-grandmother lived to 100.  I’m planning to be here for a long time.  I’m only at the halfway mark.

I want to live a balanced life.

When Googling: Wellness Wheel (images) and there are many beautiful collections of colorful rainbow circles labeled with categories we need to attempt to balance for optimal personal wellness.  Some include:

  • Emotional
  • Intellectual
  • Physical
  • Spiritual
  • Social
  • Environmental
  • Financial

IIN has a Circle of Life

I like the this action-oriented wheel from IIN:

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  1. Drink More Water
  2. Practice Cooking
  3. Increase Whole Grains
  4. Increase Sweet Vegetables
  5. Increase Leafy Green Vegetables
  6. Experiment with Protein
  7. Eat Fewer Processed Foods
  8. Make a Habit of Nurturing Your Body
  9. Have Healthy Relationships
  10. Enjoy Regular Physical Activity
  11. Find Work You Love
  12. Develop a Spiritual Practice

A DOZEN good things for ME.

  • 12 Days of Christmas start soon……
  • 12 Months of 2017……

I’m pondering some purposeful goal setting for myself.

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