My Life Philosophy

Emily Holmes

I wrote about my food philosophy here and my self-love philosophy here. I believe what we do each day in our lives is just as important as what we put inside our body. You can drink 10 green smoothies a day but if you’re constantly stressed or hating yourself, you will never be healthy. So today I’m sharing my life philosophy with you because it’s just as important (if not more important!) to do the inner work.

Set my morning rituals – I will begin each day with a positive and relaxed frame of mind.

Start my day with a dry body brush – my lymphatic system loves a detoxifying dry body brush.

Practice gratitude every day – when I focus on appreciation, my life will offer so many moments and opportunities to appreciate.

Ask for help if I need it – I am not ashamed to let others help me.

Trust my gut – sometimes my body knows what my mind won’t acknowledge. Read more about how the gut is the epicentre of our health here.

My money serves me well when I use it to grow – spend money on authentic experiences (holidays), fear busting activities (skydiving) and healing (naturopath).

Vote with my wallet – I will use the money I earn wisely to support companies and people aligned with my core values.

Shun consumerism – accumulating stuff does not lead to my happiness, it leads to wanting more.

Do something that scares me everyday – if it doesn’t challenge me, it doesn’t change me.

It is perfectly okay for me to say no – say yes to opportunities in which I can give myself fully and say no when I’ve already given all my energy.

Let go of other opinions – those who mind don’t matter and those who don’t mind matter.

Go green – in every choice I have. You can read more about natural choices here (natural beauty) and here (natural cleaning).

Go with the flow and trust in the process – I will trust that everything happens for a reason and I will relinquish control.

Stress less – stress is the worst experience I can put my body through. I will eliminate stress from my life by moving, meditating, scheduling me time and minimising. You can read more about my favourite stress buster here.

What is your life philosophy?

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