I am not a fan of New Year’s Resolutions; just the word ‘resolution’ is upsetting to me. I don’t want to start any new year off with with a mindset full of self-inflicted demands on myself. I’d much rather free up space in my mind, in my house, in my life, to allow for more possibilities.
While studying at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, I not only learned about over 100 nutritional eating plans and diets but I also learned (which I’ve always known, one of the reasons I was drawn to this school) how other aspects of our lives contribute to our overall health even more so than diet. Think of it this way, you’re in a job that stresses you so much that you get a morning stomach ache every Monday – Friday. While eating kale daily will help your overall health, your job is creating so much stress on your body and mind that the nutrition from the kale takes a back seat. Your body is too busy trying to combat all the daily stress!
Let’s think of this New Year as a time to clean house – in a mind, body, soul type of manner.
The Clean Sweep Program, created by Thomas Leonard, consists of 100 items
that, when completed, give more space in your life for vitality and strength. When you clear your environment, tie up loose ends, and mend relationships, you have more
natural energy for a happy and healthy life.
Ready to try it?
And, if you have any questions, let me know – I’d be more than happy to talk to you!
And here’s to a happier, healthier, feeling blessed and peaceful and more grateful-filled New Year!
picture by Amy Treasure