So, this little purple shed, located in my backyard, is where I contemplate, plan and document my uncommon, sweetly congruent life, which has only been made possible sheer wildness, a flexible green-ness and a concentrated soulfulness.
Let me explain, or define.
Wild: /wild/ adjective
Becoming awake and vibrantly healthy has been a process of un-indoctrinating myself: shunning the status quo of the standard American diet, questioning what the beauty industry tells me I need to have, and evicting my own lazy habits and negative thoughts. This has taken tenacious rebellion and a wild commitment, because change isn't easy, especially when it flies in the face of how I was raised and what my culture considers "normal."
Green: /green/ adjective
Young, supple and flexible are my green ideals and synonymous with being more curious than sure, an attitude that led me to opt for plant-based foods and cruelty-free beauty products, for my own health and sustaining the planet.
Soul: /soul/ noun
To change my physique, or my mindset or to do my part for our planet, I've needed to make a whole bunch of consistent, conscious choices, which became a whole bunch easier when I sat in daily meditation.
No big mystery here. I sit quietly, looking like I'm doing nothing, but am actually connecting to myself, to humanity and to the divine energy pulsing in and between everything. In this state, with journal and pen by my side, I make my wild, green, soul-ful plans, make lists and get it done!
Please stay. Be part of this conversation. You are welcome here!
This is Kathryn, one wild green soul
Not to lose weight. Just to see. To play at the edges of knowing self and feeling good. Post below.
Redefining delicious, beautiful and environmental - one healthy habit, one powerful thought at a time!
Our lives are to a tremendous degree the sum of our most compelling habits. Let's build ones that add up to the life we like--one shift at a time!
Habit: A recurrent, often unconscious pattern of behavior that is acquired through frequent repetition. A habit is easier to do, than not do.