Is your life balanced?
Do you believe balance is possible?
There’s been a lot in my inbox and social media feeds about balance. Sharings about how it is not possible. It is unrealistic and unreasonable to even expect that you can have balance in your life.
They are solid impassioned arguments that balance is BS.
Well, I put these in passion statements in the same category with:
“New Year’s resolutions are a waste of time!”
“It’s hard and expensive to eat healthily.”
“Diets don’t work because the weight loss doesn’t last!”
The arguments are strong and stated as fact that you can hang your hat on, but really they are position statements coming from individuals that haven’t been able to attain or sustain these elements. So they say they are not real or possible.
Well, in various episodes of the Faith Applied podcast, we’ll explore all those statements – but in this episode, we talk about balance from a position that doesn’t embrace the limiting belief that it is not real.
Balance is a real thing.
It’s not easy, but it’s possible.
So let’s talk about balance, what it is, and how to have it.
References mentioned in this episode:
TempleCare 12 – 12 Days to Better Balance in Mind, Body, and Spirit
- Episode 012: Program Introduction and Day 1 – Plank It Out
- Episode 013: Day 2 Veggies Rule
- Episode 014: Day 3 The Bread of Life
- Episode 015: Day 4 Made to Move
- Episode 016: Day 5 Feed Your Mind
- Episode 017: Day 6 Drink Up
- Episode 018: Day 7 Rest
- Episode 019: Day 8 Stop at Satisfied
- Episode 020: Day 9 Power Push-Ups
- Episode 021: Day 10 Express Gratitude
- Episode 022: Day 11 Connect to Correct
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About this Podcast
The Faith Applied podcast is hosted by Nettye Johnson. This podcast supports purpose driven individuals who want balance and better in their lives. Each episode discusses faith, mind/body wellness, purpose or productivity with the intent that together we’ll learn better, and do better, so we can live better. Check out Nettye’s other offerings and services to help you at http://nettyejohnson.com