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WST 127: The One About Hunger and Boredom

It’s ok to feel hungry if you know where your next meal is coming from. It’s ok to feel boredom if entertainment is at your fingertips. Not only ok, but necessary to feel these little moments of discomfort in order to live a fulfilled and happy life. Joel Fuhrman MD:

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philosophy, health, wellness, politics

WST 126: Change your Mind

When did it become a bad thing to change your mind, to adjust your behavior when new facts present? Don’t know, don’t care. But when you have the strength to change your mind it can change the world. Also…what would Jesus drive? Sid on Vedge Your Best Podcast “I Am

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WST 125: Credit Where Credit is Due

One obstacle to living a healthier and happier life? Not noticing the wins along the way. Seriously. Learning to give yourself credit where credit is due begets more success long-term. Also, a perfect three-song playlist from on high. Sid on 5AM Miracle Podcast Sid on THINK Business Live Podcast My

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WST 124: Time and Place

Healthy eating? There’s a time and place. Same for unhealthy eating. Try to control things so much in an effort to avoid any irregularities or unevenness in your life, you lose. Sid on 5AM Miracle Podcast AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER!Six Truths: Live by these truths and be happy. Don’t and you

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WST 123: At Any Other Time

So much of our wellness/health desires are framed in what we want to STOP doing. “I want to stop overeating” “I want to stop eating sugar.” But what if this way of thinking is profoundly counter-productive and actually prevents us from making real change? AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER!Six Truths: Live by

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WST 122: To Repair is to Renew

My thoughts on reparations (I reference Ta-Nehisi Coates’ “A Case for Reparations”) and the ethic behind breaking unhealthy cycles and repairing a broken past, even a distant one. NY Time article mentioned in the podcast: Exercise vs. Diet AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER!Six Truths: Live by these truths and be happy. Don’t

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WST 121: Opposite Day

Sometimes doing the opposite of what you feel like doing is the way to break up tension that comes from “holding on tight” to a day-to-day existence that may be a higher level of stress than is healthy for you. AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER!Six Truths: Live by these truths and be

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WST 120: What Happens in Vagus Stays in Vagus

A return to proper breathing is like a return to proper eating and proper running. But breathing is especially interesting as it relates to the vagus nerve and, of course, Ricki Lake’s 30 year struggle with hair loss. AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER:Six Truths: Live by these truths and be happy. Don’t

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WST 119: The Tragedy of Indecisiveness

Being indecisive is tragic. So it waiting around to be inspired. You gotta be an active player in that picture. Also, I’m going all in with my home roasted coffee. AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER:Six Truths: Live by these truths and be happy. Don’t and you won’t SMALL STEP INTENSIVE (schedule a

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WST 118: The Bearable Lightness of Being

Learning something new, and doing it in the beginning is the easy part. Sticking with it long enough until you actually BECOME a person who does it, well…that’s the hard part, but the part where happiness lives. AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER:Six Truths: Live by these truths and be happy. Don’t and

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