One of the most unexpected benefits of moving to the country is how happy my eyes are. I had a look into why this is and what I found convinced me of the importance of taking regular breaks from my devices. For the sake of my eyes.
I’ve been ruminating and considering what’s next at joannafrankham.com for a bit, now. Among all the stuff and nonsense, this is where I’ve got to…
I’ll bet you have a tendency to procrastinate and struggle with maintaining healthy habits. You’re not alone in this. It affects EVERYONE. These two sneaky little life hacks are a great way to add to your health choices by stealth. And, all they take is a little thought.
My diet has changed. Just not as much as you may imagine. Nightshades are in. Most grains remain out. Today I’m sharing what’s important to me these days (and how I’m a lot more relaxed about it!)
I’ve popped the process I use with my Wheel of Health into a FREE downloadable workbook to help you cut through the noise of all this health stuff and set yourself actionable goals. It’s a simple but effective way to give yourself a nudge whenever you want to identify what you should be focusing your attention on.
When first begin any sort of health caper you think it’s all about the food. But the foundation of any health caper isn’t about that. It doesn’t start with food. Rather, it’s about changing the paradigm in your head about what’s most important to you.
I moved to the country. In New Zealand. After 52 years of being a complete urbanite, I now live on 3 1/2 acres of green near Matakana village, about an hour’s drive north of Auckland.
It was a pretty big change….
After a recent active Epstein-Barr diagnosis, I’m combining my AIP-esque approach with high lysine/low arginine foods to help slow down the virus. I’m giving you the deets on that today!
These are my top 3 favourite guided meditation apps. If meditation is something you find challenging, I’ve done the heavy lifting for you… May the force be with you!
A health update – what eight years of following this AIP way of life has done for my health (and what I’m still working on.) It’s always interesting to stop and take stock. A big thanks to Sara for motivating me to write this post!