Hard to believe it, but 2013 is coming to a close. This has been a rough year—a year full of opportunities, yes, but with every silver lining came a cloud. So many of the people in my life about whom … Continue reading
[source] Not to sound conceited, but I have a lot of friends. We’ve shared intimate details about our lives on Facebook. We’ve tweeted interesting articles and quotes on more than one occasion. I congratulated you on your new job via … Continue reading
[source] How do you feel about “conventional wisdom?” If you’re a member of the Paleo/Primal/WAP/Traditional/Real Food/Ancestral Health/Vegan/Vegetarian/Eastern Medicine/Ayurvedic/Functional Medicine/etc etc etc communities, then you probably hear the phrase “conventional wisdom” and immediately sniff in disdain. Merriam-Webster calls conventional wisdom (n), … Continue reading
Before you read today’s post, drop everything and go listen to my favorite NON-health-related podcast, Nerds on History! Not only was I guest on this special Thanksgivvukah™ episode, but the hosts and I take a trip 77,000 years in the future … Continue reading
So, I had the honor to be on the Keep Health Alive podcast with Justin Manning from Cavemanning.com, and I really wanted to share this episode with you. We discussed some pretty important topics around eating disorders, disordered eating, exercise … Continue reading
I don’t really watch TV, but I spent a lot of time hanging out with my little brother while my mom was out of town having surgery, so I’ve had more than my fair share of TV time in the … Continue reading
I’m a little sad to say that, as the month draws to a close and my experiment wraps up, my One Month Tune-Up did not have the de-stressing effect that I was hoping it would. At least–not exactly. I attribute … Continue reading
Happy Friday, y’all! Just wanted to stop by and share what I consider one of the most important articles I’ve ever published on the topic of healthy eating: Is It Paleo Perfectionism or Orthorexia? Also, I apologize to those … Continue reading
[source] I’ve been thinking a lot about the issue of “appearance” vs. “reality” lately. All of the women I’ve met along this journey who have struggled with eating disorders, exercise addiction, body image issues and the like are all incredibly … Continue reading
“We do not know our own stories before we begin to write them.”
A few weeks ago, I downloaded a new podcast on a whim, and as soon as I started listening, I knew immediately that the man on the other line was a necessary member of my karass.
Dr. Herby Bell is a chiropractic doctor–and a surfer, a member of the recovery community, and a fully tuned-in citizen of the universe–and the conversation we had on the Finding Our Hunger podcast today gets very deep.
We probably could have gone on talking for another several hours (at least), but there are so many great takeaways, whether you’re recovering from an addiction (or eating disorder) or just looking to tune in a little better to your own “being.”
Let’s take a look at how you pack your bags–and how you unpack them, and what that packing says about the narrative you’re writing for your life. Let’s dive into your detours and figure out how to turn them into milestones. Let’s listen for the common song that is our UNIverse, and learn how to whistle it as we continue down the path that we’re calling our journey.
Sound deep? It gets deeper.
Answer the question: Who do you think you think you are? And then: