If you are a regular follower of MND, you will already know that I’m always trying to get you guys to think about and talk about something other than FOOD!
Food is ONLY 1 piece of the puzzle. Good health and a long life is about MUCH MUCH MORE! Hopefully, those of you who have been to my 1-day Seminar understand this bigger picture.
So beyond ‘feeding your body’…how do you ‘feed your mind’?
In my little home office, I have approximately 500 books. I’ve not counted them all out precisely, but perhaps about 100 are business books, about 100 are personal development books, at least 200 are on nutrition and disease and exercise, and the last 100 are novels, classics, autobiographies, philosophy, travel biographies and history books.
Most are part-read, most have multiple corners turned in, sticky notes and bookmarks poking out.
When I finish books, I either keep them for reference, or gift them to friends or charity shops. Life is too short to read most books twice, so I only keep them for re-reading if they are exceptionally good. I have at least 600 more archived away in my loft. My Amazon wish list has another 700 on it. I would LOVE to buy them all right NOW!
You know, I left school at 15, I had a few ‘O’ levels, going to University was never an option in my family, as my mum would say “we’re not those kind of people”. I went on to work in factories and workshops for the next 12 years. At 27, I ran away and lived Read more
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The new MND TV site is now live! Yippeeeeee!!
I know many of the posts I write here are quite long, and some people want to read them, but don’t have time. Well, now I am blogging by video too, and you can watch MND TV over at http://mothernaturesdiet.tv/
Remember, this is a TV format, it’s not YouTube, so don’t expect 3 minutes videos, that’s not what MND TV is all about. A TV format means I will post up approximately 1 show each week (I hope to broadcast 50 shows per year) and they will typically be between 30 and 60 minutes, but could be anything between 15 and 120 minutes, depending on how much I have to say on a certain topic!
The video/audio format is great, you can listen to these episodes while you are driving in your car, our running, cycling, walking, or during your lunch break at work, just use your phone to catch up.
You might like to start with MND TV Episode 1 – it’s here: http://mothernaturesdiet.tv/2014/09/01/mnd-tv-episode-1/
This first show is an hour and 5 minutes long, and it’s all about “Why we have so much ‘stuff’ in our lives that we don’t really need.”
Give MND TV a try and let me know what you think!
Feel free to request topics for me to cover in future episodes!
I heard this today –
“American men spend 53% of their leisure time on weekends and holidays watching TV, 4% of their time reading.”
Country with the largest obesity problem = USA.
You go figure it out.
While figuring it out, get up off your backside, switch off the damn TV and go for a walk with someone you love and discuss these statistics!
Enjoy the bank holiday! x