Victim or Warrior?

Victim or Warrior?

So I'm not sure why, but I start watching the “Made for more” documentary on Amazon featuring  Rachel Hollis. I've never read any of her books, and for the most part this was my first experience with her. My first reaction was, “Oh just what we needed a female Toby Robbins, but the more I watched. By the end, I want to read her book “Girl Wash Your Face” as I've heard some of my female friends say how good it is. This is available on Audible.

Answering Some Hard Questions

She had the women who attend the Rise event answer some very hard questions. Questions about Rape, outliving children, divorce, drugs, etc

Then once everyone had acknowledged what had happened in the past she simply asked, “OK, are you a victim or a Warrior? After all, you're still here.

Are you going to move forward with the attitude of a victim or a warrior?

Powerful stuff.

Atomic Habits: Your Environment

This week I noticed (again) that when I'm not doing well with my weight – my house is a mess. So this weekend I cleaned my kitchen. Every night before I brush my teeth ( piggybacking my habits) I now come down and make sure everything is wiped down and put away. This isn't a lot of work, but it makes me feel better, and when I feel better, I make better choices.

I also started piggyback habit by lifting dumbells when I microwave items. The good news is I'm starting to feel it in my upper body.

From the Audience

1) IF (Meal Timing) 16:8
2) Break- Fast of Living Food Enzymes (Fruits & Vegetables)
3) Main meals consisting of 80% Starchy Foods
4) Hydration (6 to 8 glasses)
5) Proper Meal Combining /Sequencing with 10% Unsaturated Fats / 10% Protein

6) Sleep for advanced fat release/homeostasis/ autophagy

7) Exercise Combo: Low Steady Stare Cardio / HIIT /(Body) Weight Training / Functional Movement and Flexibility
8) Forming Healthy Mini Habits – based on these 6 principles
I encourage you to build your next audiobook / ebook reading list based on these 6 topics in this order of priority. Here are 4 books to start with in order of priority:
1) The Enzyme Factor by Hiromi Shinya MD
2) The China Study by T. Campbell
2) AC: The Power of Appetite Correction by Bert Herring
3) Delay, Don't Deny by Gin Stephens
4) Mini Habits for Weight Loss by Stephen Guise
Also checkout The Starch Solution by John McDougall

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