Here are some fun items I enjoyed making, and that I love sharing…Hope you like them, too!
I came up with this summary for my "How to Be Healthy in an Unhealthy World" livestream video class (offered via the en*theos Academy for Optimal Living). It's a sort of primer on the art of living as a healthy person — in a society that makes that tough sometimes.
Ideal for posting on cubes, closet doors, bulletin boards and refrigerators, this print-it-yourself mini poster gives you a hard copy of the "101 Revolutionary Ways to Be Healthy" you can take with you to inspire revolutionary choices wherever you go. PDF prints on 11x 17" paper (or you can print even smaller to fit on a standard 8.5 x 11" sheet).
This is a one-hour video overview of my Refine Your Life course. I normally present the entire workshop over several two-hour sessions, so this is just a super-quick intro. But it gives you a sense of the course, so if you want a sneak peak ...
This is a powerful self-guided meditation/visualization experience that helps you creatively imagine your ideal life. It is drawn from the Vision section of my larger "Refine Your Life" curriculum.
I created this audio recording in partnership with Brian Johnson's as part of his Blissitations collection (check out Brian Johnson's whole catalog of courses and other goodness!).
The complete ZIP file is too big for me to post here, and includes four MP3 tracks: 1) an introduction; 2) the guided visualization; 3) ideal-life affirmations over music; 4) subliminal affirmations.
Here's the introduction.
If you like it, you can grab the complete set of audio files here.
Please let me know how your visualization experience goes!
I developed this fun, organic process for defining and cultivating goals (now part of my "Refine Your Life" course) when I realized the conventional, linear way of doing it was leaving me cold.
It's all about seeing your goals as living things that require care, feeding, protection and, well, love. Have fun and let me know how the process works for you.
I invented this speedy-meal solution (a great gluten-free breakfast or mini meal) ages ago, then shared it as a slideshow while I was at Huffington Post. It got more than 300,000 page views in the course of a couple weeks. I think that's because so many people are desperate for healthy, whole-food meal and snack solutions, especially for busy mornings.
The "quick trick" name references the stackable containers that make it fast and easy to assemble — and also cribs a fave line from Dr. Seuss's Fox In Sox. You can use any combo of fruit/berries, nuts, seeds and milk substance you like. I like to switch up my ingredients based on mood and season. See links below for copious suggestions and step-by-step how-tos.