We often measure our happiness based on events that happen to us. Vacation, birthdays, our animals, sunny days and so on. We are on a high while surfing or swimming in the ocean or skiing down a giant mountain but then when we return to life we hit a wall and yearn for the next time we can escape.It is easy to pay for experiences that provide us happiness. What we rarely think about is how our health can affect our day-to-day wellbeing.
In full disclosure, I am absolutely not the definition of good eating habits but since I met my wife 10 years ago, I have been trying little by little to clean my act up.
When Tiffany and I met she was in a good place with her health. Over the course of ten years, she has found herself in some very challenging places where most of us would have thrown our hands up and just said whatever and given up. She has battled, she has researched, she has been sick, then healthy, she has had all sorts of random symptoms manifest over time and after all of this she has inspired so many of us that are close to her to take a deeper look at how we treat our body and what we put into it.
Most recently she has completed her course of study to become a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner. Her work to help otherslearn from her experience and gain a much deeper understanding of the inner workings of our body has become a passion for her. She has inspired me constantly(maybe not as much as she would like) to be a better human being all around.
Her love for health, travel, the vibrancy of our spirits and the world around us will all come up in this episode I am sure. I hope you enjoy hearing Tiffany’s story. I am sure you will end the episode with a greater desire to do some explorations of ways you can better your life just like I have mine and hopefully you will also find some new desire to explore more of the world around you at the same time.