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WST 081: Find Your Ground. It’s There.

Daily podcasting: Day 2. Most of us are feeling like the ground has been removed from beneath our feet. It hasn’t. We just need to remember where it is. We need to find it again. Support me on Patreon Find me: sidgarzahillman.com SmallSteppers.com stanfordinn.com (resort) Health Made Simple Podcast Music:iTunes | Limited Edition, hand-letterpressed CD!

The Battleground.

See me in New York, speaking at The Seed Experience, June 20/21. Click here for 50% off! Subscribe to my YouTube Channel! | AtN Podcast Merch |  Approaching the Natural: A Health Manifesto My approach is centered primarily on chronic stress, for it is chronic stress that can weaken our minds and bodies. This stress can come from a nutrient deficient diet, a

AtN Podcast 49: To Be the Experiencer

In AtN Podcast 49, Sid shows how his small step approach enables anyone to truly experience what it is like to live as a happy and healthy person. Mostly he wrestles with the awkwardness of the word ‘experiencer.’ AtN T-shirts are here ($20.95–printed on 100% organic cotton)!: ORDER YOURS NOW!   Join Sid live for his SEPTEMBER SPREECAST–September

AtN Podcast 33: Stand Your Ground

In AtN Episode 33, Sid talks about how approaching your health and happiness in small steps grounds you, making you stronger, more confident, and less susceptible to the always-changing trends of the modern world. Sponsored by the Stanford Inn Eco-Resort and Mendocino Center for Living Well Next monthly Q&A with Sid on Spreecast.com (free!): JUNE 7 SPREECAST! Find

No Easy Feat…

My next FREE SPREECAST is THIS Saturday, May 3 at Noon (PST). Spreecast is a live interactive video platform where you can post questions live and I’ll answer them for everyone to hear! It’s a lot of fun, and anyone in the world with an internet connection can join me for free! And now to the blog post….

Free Q&A with Sid Garza-Hillman on Spreecast

The Approaching the Natural Podcast has been growing and growing! People in almost 50 countries are listening and hopefully giving my Small Step approach a shot. It works, plain and simple. I’ve been getting excellent questions via e-mail, Facebook, and Twitter. I realized it’s now probably a good idea to open these questions up to