Its rainy, chilly and everything smells! 🗣🤧😷🤢
Raven is a blend of oils that supports your breathing!
Its an oil I use daily!
I just dropped a few drops in my car diffuser and turned on the blower!
Fresh clean air and kickin all the gunk out!
We’re curating a series highlighting what they’re thankful for as we go into 2020. Last but not least, we have Alex Pickup from Digital Giant, 6:6.
_ “I am thankful for all of the small things that keep me grounded and make me happy, especially nature things.” @apickup
Thanks everyone for sharing so openly. 😍 We’re excited to see what this year brings! 🌿🙌🏽🌿
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How do I teach him?
This is what I often wonder as I look at my son. I have a daughter now too and I think about how I can teach them to not link their body image to food.
Being a parent offers an interesting perspective. Like how we aren’t innately built to believe we aren’t worthy because we had a cookie, for example. My son doesn’t eat his birthday cake and then spend the rest of the day moping, feeling insecure, wondering what the scale will say tomorrow.
But I know I have.
When I decided to be a parent, after finally healing my own relationship with food, I often wondered…
…How do I teach him how to nourish his body while also teaching him how to have a healthy relationship with food?
It doesn’t seem that complicated, right? But it is. Because every time he wants a snack instead of his dinner, every time he picks a cookie over fruit, I’m torn.
Do I force him to eat his whole dinner before dessert? Or is that giving him food rules?
Do I risk him grazing off snacks and less nutrient dense foods all day? Because that doesn’t help keep him strong or healthy either.
It’s tricky business, this parenting thing. And it ups the ante when you realize how much you are modeling your behavior for them, and that there is a balance between the emotional component of eating and the logical side of nourshing your body.
Here’s what I do know: There are no good or bad foods, but there are some foods that just make us healthier. That’s fact. And those are the foods we lead with, the foods my kids get seconds of, and the foods I eat the most of as well.
I also know that sometimes we eat cookies before we eat veggies in this house. That’s a fact too. And I damn well know that my kids will not have their mother model any beliefs that what I eat directly impacts how I value myself, or my own worthiness.
So maybe this is less about what I’m teaching him and more about what I’m teaching myself. Which is that we have the power to break the cycle. To teach food is just food. To learn food doesn’t have to impact our sense of self.
Comment with a ❤️ if you’re learning that food doesn’t define you.
Everyone wants to tell you the key to a good and happy life, and they all want you to believe their way is right...but if they are all happy then how does that even make sense when each of them teaches different methods? 🤔
What we must realize is that there isn’t a “right” or “wrong” way to do things to live a happy life, those 2 words are based on perspective!
There’s CEO’s out there that will tell you the key to happiness and a good life is to work 18 hours a day until you climb the business ladder and make a fortune, and there’s journeymen who will tell you less work and more family is the key, ask 100 people and get 100 different answers!
Most people don’t have enough faith in themselves do what is truly necessary for them to be happy, and yeah maybe working 18 hour days and making a lot of money is that thing, but is that something you’re willing to do? No? Then maybe it’s not, and maybe giving up the idea that you have to be rich to be happy might actually help you become more happy 🤔
It’s ok to to take bits and pieces of philosophy from others, and I think you should, I do, but you should also develop and apply your own philosophies as well and mix them all together. Maybe the biggest source of your unhappiness is from only following others philosophies, maybe that new car you have to have so bad because everyone says you need a nice car to be happy isn’t really that important to you, and maybe letting go is what you need to do 🤷♂️
All I’m saying is do not get caught up on one idea of what a good and happy life looks like, chances are 1.) the people you’re listening to aren’t even happy themselves, and 2.) if you focus too much on that one idea you will blur out all other possibilities and a good and happy life is not what you will have 💯