LivingNow 005

Published on Nov 16, 2020

Description:

We as human beings have an innate tendency to grow and to thrive in life. One aspect of thriving in life is to have a thriving body, as our body is the foundation that holds our life and our experiences.

Cover:

LivingNow 005
Annual subscription

Annual subscription

Annual subscription for all articles

6 articles from this collection:
Thriving mind, thriving body
Thriving mind, thriving body
There are things we can do to keep our body healthy and strong, but to have a thriving body we need to have a thriving mind.
3 little-known strategies to love the skin you’re in without diet or exercise
3 little-known strategies to love the skin you’re in without diet or exercise
It’s no secret that our culture is obsessed with pursuing the ‘ideal’ body. Here are some strategies to counter the pressure to conform.
Is your body toxic? Here’s what to do
Is your body toxic? Here’s what to do
Your body has a natural ability to get rid of harmful substances through your organs which include the liver, kidneys, stomach, bowel and the skin. Sometimes the demand on these organs is too much. Your body was not designed to cope with the abundance of toxins that are now part of modern lives.
How much sleep do you need?
How much sleep do you need?
Over half of the world is lacking in sleep and health authorities have declared sleep deprivation a major health issue as most problems (psychological, emotional, business, interrelationships) directly or indirectly are affiliated with lack of sleep.
Give me money – I need a drink
Give me money – I need a drink
Wherever there is a hunting camp table, there is a bottle on it. Like other bottles on other tables, some people drink from it and others don’t. Of those who drink, some drink more and some drink less. Every camp, like most families, has at least one drunk and, like most drunks, they know who and what they are.
What's all this sit about?
What's all this sit about?
Why do we sit? Is it harmful? What are the alternatives?