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Common Sense for Modern Living: Replacing a Broken System

For most of us, living in the modern world often means making sacrifices to our health and well-being. We eat fast food or skip meals, we’re always ‘on the go’, and we don’t take time to nurture our souls, much less our minds and bodies.

If you’re looking for ways to live a more sustainable life and slow down the rat-race of frustration, here are 6 areas to consider for making a change.

1. Eat

It’s no old wives tale that you are what you eat. Food is as powerful to the body as the right fuel is to a high-performance engine.

It affects your energy, your brain, and the way your body feels, heals, and fights disease.

Eat sustainable foods, whole foods, foods as close to their natural state as possible. When you eat this way, your body will get the nutrients it needs and you will drop most cravings.

When you eat industrially processed foods, you will eat more because your body doesn’t know what to do with chemicals. It wants nutrition, so it continues to crave more food.

Eat pastured animals and their products (milk, cheese, eggs, and butter). Animals who are allowed to eat what comes naturally to them are healthier. They don’t eat antibiotics, hormones, steroids, unnatural feed, and the insecticides that go along with that.

2. Move

Connective tissue runs throughout the entire body—tendons, ligaments, cartilage. These thin fibers are each surrounded by fluid so they can move easily without rubbing against each other.

When you don’t move enough, the fluid begins to dehydrate and the fiber’s coating become sticky. This is what impairs movement in muscles and joints.

If you want to keep youthful movement throughout your life, just use gentle motion such as Tai Chi, light dance movements, gentle stretching, or walking.

Do things that will increase your balance, agility, and flexibility. Basic movement will keep you feeling younger in the long run.

  • Raise your arms over your head
  • Squat to the floor
  • Move your leg to the side, behind, or in front of you
  • Gently roll your head and neck
  • Clasp your hands behind you and feel your shoulders stretch
  • Circle your feet and ankles
  • Reach, bend, tuck, and stretch

Change it up daily if you want to. You’ll find your mobility rapidly improves because you’re rehydrating your connective tissue.

Don’t let immobility keep you from trying. Just do what you can do.

3. Intend

Think about what you’re doing, eating, or moving. Is what you’re doing contributing to your well-being and how?

As you focus your intention on these things, they will have more meaning for you. You will begin to see more value in them, thereby increasing your use of these sustainable actions.

Don’t judge yourself as you go along. Just be aware of the present moment, whatever you’re doing, and allow yourself to stop fretting.

4. Be Mindful

You don’t have to be a monk sitting on top of a mountain to practice mindfulness. Being mindful about what you’re doing allows you to relax your thoughts and make better decisions.

You can do this before you get out of bed in the morning. Just lie there for a few minutes and focus on your breathing as you think about your day, or your yesterday.

That doesn’t mean thinking about all the things you need to get done in a day or a week or worrying about things. If you have issues with something, calmly see positive outcomes as you lie there or during meditation.

In this way, you can expose a potential new path for any situation. When your thoughts are quiet, you can cut to the core of the matter without all the frenzy, frustration, and emotion that’s often attached to just about everything we do.

If you have habits you want to change or get into, this is the time of day to think about it. And don’t make this into a new worry. Change can be good for the soul as well as the mind and body.

5. Serve

Many people tend to be narrow-minded when it comes to serving or helping others. They don’t have enough time, money, knowledge, desire, or understanding.

But if you’re interested in making the planet (or your community) a better place to live, do something for the sake of others.

  • Commit random acts of kindness
  • Volunteer or donate to a charity
  • Be a mentor
  • Share your time, money, food, or wisdom
  • Take responsibility for something or someone
  • Help the environment: conserve, recycle, buy less, use less, grow your own

6. Think for Yourself

There’s a lot of information out there, so don’t believe everything. Do your own investigating and form your own opinions.

  • Find out where your bank invests your money
  • Talk to experts
  • Disconnect from celebrity media
  • Protest, vote, and spread the word about what you feel is right regarding issues that concern you, your family, and your community
  • Take some kind of action
  • Share your thoughts
  • Connect with like-minded people, but don’t do any hero-worshipping.

Stick with what resonates with you and get rid of the rest. Don’t just think about doing something. Implement strategies for common sense living and bring those strategies into action.

You cannot fix anything if you’re broken.

Together, we can make a sustainable and intelligent world for everyone, including future generations. But it literally boils down to each person doing their part. You can still be yourself, you’ll just be a better version.

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