A short update today on this month’s edition of my “5 Good Things To Share!”
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Are you interested in how to stay fit and healthy but have no time to stay up-to-date with current health trends?
Do you need more inspiration for which mindfulness tools can help you stick to a regular meditation practice?
Are you curious what tools, tips and tricks a yoga teacher and nutritionist uses in daily life to find that evasive thing called “balance”? (I also have a day job as a Producer - so yeah, I feel you. “Balance”, muahaha.)
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I nerd out on all things health and wellness, so it’s my monthly email update of the apps, books, fitness, gadgets, life hacks, podcasts, nutrition, quotes, travel, or yoga I’m currently discovering, enjoying or pondering that I think you might benefit from too.
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Preview This Month’s Edition:
This month’s theme is focussed around helping you create and stick to your new year goals and intentions.
Here’s a preview of what’s in the January 2019 edition:
Ho’oponono meditation - what is this, why it helps, how to do it.
New year resolutions vs. intentions - how to make yours stick.
Productivity planner - a free pdf download of an entire year’s worth of productivity/ life/ health planning.
Book recommendation - how peak performers achieve peak performance and how you can employ the same researched methods too.
Gym training playlist - phat beats to help you get-up-and-go-kill-it at the gym.
Bonus round - free meditation classes in Amsterdam starting January 9th.
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