According to Katy Bowman’s fast foot math, if we assume that each of the 33 joints in one of our feet has at least 2 positions, our foot has at least 8,589,934,592 positions!
Learning to stimulate the vagus nerve through breathing, can help shift us from a stress response to a relaxation response.
Gut bacteria help make over 30 neurotransmitters including serotonin, our ‘happy-making’ neurotransmitter.
A glass of water or a cup of green tea can help increase our focus; with just 2% dehydration, our attention, memory and other cognitive skills are affected.
Many of us don’t like to ask for help. We may have been taught that it’s a sign of weakness, so we cling to the notion, “I can do everything myself”
Many writers struggle with being afraid, with putting their ideas (and themselves) out there for everyone to see and critique. Fear is a major reason some writers never become writers.
One of the most fundamental building blocks of nutritional metabolism is neither vitamin, mineral, nor molecule. It’s our relationship with food.