What You Do Influences The Whole (Caroline Myss)

According to Caroline Myss, a spiritual teacher that my girlfriend introduced me to, this is a mystical truth that we are only beginning to truly understand.

We can see this in the decisions we make about our carbon footprint (e.g. the movement sparked by climate activist Greta Thunberg), our desire to eliminate waste (e.g. starting to question plastics and bottled water), and being more conscious of the food we eat (e.g. eating more plants directly instead of using resources to grow 10x the amount of plants to feed livestock for 1/10 the calories).

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Book Reflection: “Longer” by Michael Blumlein

Longer is the last book this science fiction writer wrote before dying. And I think that’s part of why I enjoyed it so much. He died from lung cancer and, while writing this, I assume he was contemplating death, love, and “loving life to death”—something the main character, Cav, contemplates in the book.

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Routine 4.0: Slow Carb Diet, Cleansing Prep

I’m seeing a nutritionist to figure out the cause of my bloating and general discomfort. To prepare for the cleanse I anticipate he’ll put me on next week, I’m going to start eating healthy. For real. My previous routine4 was a healthy routine but I cheated too often. To prevent me from cheating this time around I’m putting $200 on the line with StickK. Continue reading “Routine 4.0: Slow Carb Diet, Cleansing Prep”