This week I’m diving into the Wisdom side of Herb ‘N Wisdom™.
The majority of us try each day to live in a way that will add to who we are. We also try to live a healthy or natural type of life to preserve and take care of our bodies.
This doesn’t mean we’re bunny huggers or radical individuals; it merely means we live simple and use natural or homemade products. We are staying true to the land and what we believe is right for us.
Life should be lived so you can stay true to yourself. After all, you are the one in control and making the decisions. Every decision you make in life has consequences allowing you to take one step closer or farther away from the person you long to be.
For instance, If you decide to make homemade soap, you are adding to your health, and also reducing your stress because you’re not worried about ingredients in regular soap that could cause cancer. Same with where you live. Do you live by a chemical plant or, have you chosen to move to a safer environment? Where do you work? Do you work where you breathe in solvents or other harmful vapors, or have you decided to change positions?
Asking yourself these questions and changing where you work or live doesn’t mean you’re a nut; it means you care about your health and the health of your family.
I love making soap, canning and freezing veggies we grow, using products like almond oil to remove eye makeup, and milking a cow. They make me happy but also relax and release stress because:
- I love hard work.
- Everything is homegrown or natural,
and Itbrings me joy when I can do something for my family, that adds to their overall life and health.
Now, because of the world we are living in today, we have the opportunity to live natural, simple, and pure, as far as foods or products, but then still reach people through blogging, podcasts, newspapers, writing, or any other way that shares and helps others.
I live a wholesome and natural life, but I also choose to use technology to teach and share what I know with my neighbors, friends, and strangers. You can do the same.
You don’t have to be one thing. I live organic but teach through technology. Some stay away from technology, don’t share their knowledge but yet are incredibly health-conscious, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
There isn’t a one size fits all format as to how a person can or should live. The point is to live to the best of your ability never taking for granted what you eat, what products you use, where you live, or what profession you cho
Health is many things beyond food or products. Health is physical and mental happiness. What are you reading, eating, listening to, or teaching? Never underestimate that every part of your life has a significant impact on you and therefore must be considered.
Some might call this a rant, but I call it essential to one’s life. Living true to WHO YOU ARE while creating the best atmosphere is one of the keys to being fruitful and enjoying the moments you have.
Don’t waste your time making bad decisions. Choose to live a natural, and healthy life making wise decisions all along the way.