Author: Jody Vining

I spent part of my adolescent life feeling depressed, lost, and trapped. It wasn't until I was on the verge of passing out with stomach pains, a chronic headache, blurry vision, and adrenal fatigue that I finally WOKE UP. 'Okay, something isn't right and I need to figure out what, and change it.' So I did. I saw that Naturopathic Doctor who had been in the back of my mind. My lack of knowledge about food and balancing my plate was causing some serious havoc on my body and preventing me from being able to think clearly and live in a state of health. I hadn't made the connection the reason I was feeling so poorly was because of the food I was eating. I pushed myself way past my comfort zone by listening to my gut feeling and enrolled myself into the Institute for Integrative Nutrition®. This is where it all started. I was finally able to start healing. My ability to make this change came from Switching my Mindset, Pushing Past Fear, Putting Myself First, and Listening to My Intuition. I listened to myself and my body and what it was trying to tell me, instead of what others were telling me what I should do. It allowed me to see how the advice I was given by others may have been good, but it wasn't what I needed in order to get to where I wanted to go. The only way we can heal ourselves and accomplish the things we want to in life is if we Trust and Listen to our Own Intuition.
Lifestyle

A Day of Giving

I have recently decided to dramatically lessen the material things I own. For a few reasons. I have more than I need. I plan to spend some time traveling and having less belongings will be easier to manage. And less things to pack when I decide to live in different locations. I’m working on only […]

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Lifestyle

Vulnerability

It’s what makes us human.  It’s what makes us feel alive. It’s what brings the deepest connection we’ll ever feel.   It connects us with who we truly are.   It is not weakness – It is Strength It is looked down upon – But it should be Cherished.   Allow yourself to be vulnerable. […]

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