Journal: Where are you thought patterns toxic? Where are they feeding you a continuous stream of “I can’t”, “that’s too tough”, “I’ll never” …etc. Remember you are the one that provides the nutrients that feed that brain of yours. List in your journal three ways your brain is fed, refreshed and re-focused. Then schedule how you’ll get some of that tomorrow. [Click here for additional Journal exercises]
SPARK ~ Thought of the Day: Quote of the Day: Nothing is given to man on earth – struggle is built into the nature of life – and the hero is the man who lets no obstacle prevent him from pursuing the values he has chosen. ~ Andrew Bernstein
Journal: Prevention takes some serious woork – but a preventative mindset can save you heaps in the long run. Knowing your values and living by them in the less challenging seasons builds your strength for the more trying ones. Define your top three life values today in your journal. Start by writing down the top ten people you most admire, and the main value they live by that you admire in them. [Click here for additional Journal exercises]
This is a great weekend recipe that will keep giving for much of the week ahead.
1/2 lb. nitrate-free bacon (buy “uncured” bacon) or organic sausage 1/2 cup veggies of choice (mushrooms, white onion, red pepper, spinach, scallions) 5 eggs 3/4 cup almond, rice,hemp or soy milk Sea salt and fresh cracked black pepper to taste Optional: Add shredded raw cheddar cheese or grated imported Parmesan
Cook ½ lb. nitrate-free bacon
Saute ½ cup veggies of choice, seasoning to taste
Whisk 5 eggs and ¾ cup milk, and pour into muffin tins. (Use foil cups if desired.)
Add meat and veggie blend to each cup of egg mixture
Top with optional cheese
Bake at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 minutes or until golden brown.
These can be stored in the fridge until they are ready to be eaten.