Kinection Holistic Health

Change Your Mind. Change Your Body.


Want to Change? Look at your daily routine.

Amberleigh CarterComment

The reason for the current state of your health is found in your daily routine.

If you're wanting to create health, change your routine. It's the small changes each day that lead you to significant ones because changing is living; stagnation is death. 

It's best to equip your body with the means it needs to keep up with your environment: exercise, breathe, hydrate, nourish, meditate, rest--this isn't your New Year's resolution; this is your daily routine. 

So honor your body.  It's the one vehicle given to us for this lifetime.

What Is Holding You Back?

Amberleigh CarterComment

What is holding you back from creating health in your life?

Most people would tend to say, "lack of time", "lack of money", "lack of resources", and so on. The truth is that it's not about something you're lacking. It's about familiarityHuman beings like routine and familiar things, which also happens to be within our comfort zones.  The fear of immersing oneself into new behaviors is enough to hold someone back from achieving their goals. 

Although changing routine behaviors can be challenging and a bit scary, the results are well worth the effort.  It does take commitment, but once the new behaviors become routine, you'll be creating health on an everyday basis with ease and within your newly-created comfort zone.

So, with that said, it's time to become comfortable with feeling uncomfortable in a new routine: one that will create health, not dysfunction.

Filling the majority of your life with repair and regeneration, rather than destruction and breakdown, is the key to preventing or reversing dysfunction.  You have everything you need; all it takes is that first step. (And if you want a guide, that's why I'm here).

The Secret of Your Success Is Found In Your Daily Routine

Amberleigh CarterComment

Your "diet" should not be a temporary, crash weight loss system, with a quick end in sight and fast goal in mind. Your diet needs to be part of your everyday lifestyle.

You didn't get to where you are today, overnight, and you cannot expect to reach optimal health overnight.  Achieving a healthy lifestyle takes little changes, each day.  These little changes are not just about dieting and your food. 

It involves every aspect in your life:

  • Your time schedule
  • The way you think
  • How you treat yourself and others around you
  • How you allow others to treat you
  • The amount of love you have for your body
  • How much room you give yourself to relax and breathe
  • and so much more.

Sometimes you need to slow down, stop trying to be a perfectionist, and try to make small, but important decisions, each day, to help you live a better life.  It may be a slow process, but it will become easier to maintain over time.

After all, it's not a race to lose weight and get healthy.  Your body needs your patience.

You must get healthy to lose weight; You cannot lose weight to get healthy.

So make positive changes a priority, every day, and it will become your way of life.