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Wise Words (Do Contribute)

Our language can either motivate or debilitate us.

Over the past year, with more exposure to inflated rhetoric, hyped narratives and fake news, I’ve become more aware of the power of language in our growth process. The words we use to describe ourselves and our world heavily influence how we think, feel, act and do.

So I wrote about it in my January 2018 article for Do Lectures “Do Contribute” on Medium. Take a look…

Choosing Words Wisely Article for Do Lectures Do Contribute

Click on the image to read the article on Medium

MGS7 – Eat

You are what you eat…

Becoming more aware of what we choose to put onto our forks is the topic of Episode 7. Nutrition is the second fundamental habit of good self-care. We need to learn how to master our forks like a Jedi masters ‘the force’.

I mentioned a few dietary styles you might not be familiar with:

  • Veganism is an ethical philosophy as much as a dietary preference.
  • Paleo focuses on our historical ‘caveman’ tendencies.
  • Pescatarians are fish eating veggies.

Healthier eating starts with awareness and choice.

  • Watch That Sugar Movie… to learn more about the effect of sugar on your system.
  • The documentary What The Health informs on how our current food system impacts on our health.

You can watch more of these Mini Growth Sessions here and find out more about the ‘grown up’ version of them here.

Cheers, Mich :)

With Love As Your Foundation

Mich Bondesio - Doodles - What if I honoured love as my foundation for everything?

How often do you find yourself at cross purposes, battling with yourself and the world around you?

When the fire breathing dragons of adversity abound, it’s often because we’re operating from a place of fear or anger.

And when we buy into fear or anger, we’re essentially practising how to be fearful or angry. Over and over.

What this means is, we’re condoning it. We’re allowing it to rule our lives!

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