We often say fine when we do not want to explain how or why we feel what we feel. The real question to ask yourself is, how are you emotionally, physically, and energetically feeling?
Relationships, body movement, workplace, spirituality, and the foods we eat to nourish our precious bodies influence our emotions, energy, and how our body feels.
The image on the box looks delicious. Your mouth waters just thinking of how it is going to taste for dinner. But, did you read the ingredient label on the manufactured food products before dropping it into your grocery cart? Can you pronounce the majority of the chemicals used to preserve freshness and prevent the powders from clumping?
To unbox your kitchen is not a diet or fad. It is a lifestyle.
How we choose to nourish our precious bodies has an impact on our skin, mood, and how we feel physically.
"If thoughts are the vocabulary of the brain and feelings are the vocabulary of the body, and the cycle of how you think and feel becomes your state of being, then your entire state of being is in the past."
-Dr. Joe Dispeza, quote from Becoming Supernatural
Hello. I'm Cindy Kochis, a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, the founder of Elements for a Healthier Life, and publisher of Elements of a Healthier Life Magazine.
I believe our relationships, workplace, body movement (not just exercise), spirituality (connection with Self), and how we nourish our precious bodies are connected. If we are energetically, physically, or emotionally unbalanced in one area, it influences the others.
As the host of Pen to Paper Press Podcast, the number one topic that comes up in conversations with authors and creative souls is imposter syndrome.
Imposter syndrome is the sense that we are not good enough, what we do is not worthy or necessary, and other beliefs that hold us back from accomplishing what it is we set out to do. It is the little voice in our head that holds us back from pursuing our dreams and a healthier lifestyle.
In 2015, a life enhancing lifestyle and wellness community dedicated to sharing professional insights, wellness tools and first-person stories of transformation filled the pages of this website.
The first issues of Elements for a Healthier Life Magazine published in May 2016, with the fifteenth (and final) edition reaching readers in May 2018. The magazine issues have been archived to share the timeless, insightful articles and delicious recipes submitted by a collaboration of writers and coaches.
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