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I already know.
Yet, I’m a seeker by nature—always looking for the next answer, and more importantly the next question—though I bet that’s fairly obvious when reading this blog. And I bet your the same. As seekers we are constantly looking for new teachers, thoughts to ponder, and books to read. It’s a fierce curiosity that I cherish and that I believe nurtures our growth as humans and how we interact with the world.
The thing with seeking though, is that we have to remind ourselves, when it comes down to it, we’ve already got what we need. We don’t need to seek because we already know.
For the majority of my adult life I have held one mantra close: live creatively. Those two words ring in my mind when I am faced with any choice: do I want to do this because I am supposed to or because I deeply want to? Truthfully though, living a creative life is hard: it means saying “yes” when most say “no” and being comfortable with the unknown. When I feel I am losing my gumption for creative living there are a few documentaries I turn to for inspiration.
If you’re a wellness junkie, you are bound to get weird every once in a while. (…errrr more like every day.) Health coach & podcast host, Holly Lowery, rolled out Well + Weird in late January, a podcast focused on “…cooking up a more delicious life via weird food, weird habits, and weird interests”.