Start With Me

One of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do is recognize my flaws. I already know I’m imperfect, been knocked down quite a few times, but kept getting back up. Truth be told it does start with us. Examining our thoughts (about ourselves) where we are right now and what is the end goal. Once we’ve done this self examination, and we know what the goals are. We now have to devise a plan to put it into action.

Plans Like

Going to the gym more,

Go for morning or evening walk/run…

Increase your Outside time. (especially since weather is starting to break)

Skip that fast-food line during lunch, or make better food choices.

These are all challenges I’ve faced and continue to face. The point is I know myself and what I can and cannot handle. Before I can coach anyone, I am my own coach first. Stay the course, Push Forward and build on what you have.

Sending the wrong message

CoVid19 has attacked the immune systems and as taken the lives of so many people. (Which has been a tragic experience for so many). Big Pharma (Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson) and others are trying to cash in on this vaccine.

We have lost so many due to this horrible virus that has been released out to the world. But if we look at the big picture; The Plant Based/Vegan Community is has been trying to educate people on health and wellness for some time now. This pandemic has shown us that we have a lot of work to do. I strongly believe that a vaccine is NOT going to fix this issue. Especially if the vaccine does not cure the virus.

What will help is to educate people about the importance of making better dietary choices and getting an exercise regiment. It starts with being responsible for your own health and not just accepting defeat. Rather, putting the work into becoming a stronger healthier version of you.

Let’s build together… and Not Live in Fear…, but push forward to Faith…

Be blessed, and Healthy

Simplify, Simplify, Simplify…

When it comes to feeding ourselves the right types of foods. We often make it a lot more complex than it really has to be.

Things that are grown from the earth, rice, beans, seeds, nuts, and vegetation. These are all seeded foods grown from the earth that give us the nutrients we need. Once these are grown we are committed for the rest of our lives to eat these things. Living food helps to sustain our body’s, and keeps us in great health.

Where we lose it, is when we start eating the boxed vegan/plant-based stuff, on a consistent basis. I’m not pointing any fingers, as occasionally I do eat a plant-based burger every now and again. The point is to simplify, by eating the right kinds of foods that will help to sustain us. There are so many ingredients in these burgers, though not harmful, (just like anything else) too much is never good for you anyway.

We have to get creative when it comes to feeding ourselves, because we feel we need to substitute the meat for something. Not always, oatmeal is delicious, and sticks to your ribs…lol…

Good Riddens ,2020

A wise man told me to push forward stay the course. No matter what happens, and what you are going through. Distractions come, but remember why you started what you are doing.

2020 has been a hell of a year. This year will always be known as the year nasty people had to be told to wash their hands. The good thing about this year though, is it caused a lot of people to go back to their roots and not be afraid to follow their dreams. The sky is the limit,

Currently, I am working on a long time awaited music project. I am singer/songwriter/guitarist. I am definitely excited about this project and look forward to sharing it with people.

First single was released in September 2020…

Here is the link to the song, if you’ve not heard it yet.

http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1532196125?ls=1&app=itunes

In spite of all that we went through in 2020, such as, loss of loved ones, loss of a job, and loss of finances. We still have an assignment, while we are still here. I pray that Our Father helps all us to find our purpose, and not let fear get in the way of faith.

So whatever we do this year, may Our Father keep us, and may He remind us that we are His.

Until next time, Shalom…