In this context ‘using your gut’ is an excellent way to determine a good fit, but I regularly rail against this popular advice. Most often it’s used to encourage people to rely on their ‘feeling’ about a large decision. That gut feeling is based on their body of knowledge, which may not be sufficient to make a good decision.
This story is about the inhumane system we have in this country where a person going through breast cancer treatment is expected to go to work every day or lose their health care and livelihood.
I went through the same and can’t imagine what agony it would have been to be forced to work through it.
I’m thrilled to hear my principles are resonating with you. Thanks for reading and responding.
There will be between 12–15 in all depending on whether I separate some ideas out or not. The idea is to offer a comprehensive look at the whole of your life.
Excellent, looking forward to reading it.
I am trying to distill good choices down to easy ideas people can easily grasp. This question (will this make me overeat?) is one I still use every day.
Thanks for weighing in, let’s stay in touch.
All great points. I am most definitely a fan of exercise. Moving is essential to health for all the reasons you point out and more.
My point in this piece is the all or nothing approach people take to exercise, and the idea only arduous, difficult workouts are of benefit.
I am so pleased to hear my writing is resonating with you. Congratulations on your weight loss, that is big deal!
I am thrilled to hear you are becoming more active, please make sure to follow your doctor’s guidelines. There are many ways to keep your body in motion, that can even happen lying down. I encourage you to be…