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Nathan Luce on Consistency

The one word that every lazy person hates! Pick a diet or any fitness program. If you stick it out for more than one month you will see results. Life happens and priorities are a must but you can still get your glutes in the gym. For myself and most of my clients, training in the early morning works best!

Become a Superhero

“People are predisposed to various diseases based on their way of living and occupational habits. They are preventable, and can be lowered with changes in diet, lifestyle, and environment. Lifestyle diseases characterize those diseases whose occurrence is primarily based on daily habits of people and are a result of an inappropriate relationship of people with their environment. The onset of these lifestyle diseases is insidious, they take years to develop, and once encountered do not lend themselves easily to cure.”

The Pursuit of Happiness

William James (1842-1910) was a leading philosopher and psychologist at the turn of the 19th Century. James has many insights concerning happiness, chief among them the idea that happiness consists in orienting yourself to a higher purpose, even if that purpose cannot be rationally proved to exist. Those who suffer from a “crisis of meaning” emerge stronger with more enthusiasm for life than those who just go through the motions and take the easy path.

25 Hacks For Happiness

What’s the secret to happiness? That can differ according to the person involved. But we do know that happy people have different habits and think differently than those who are miserable. So, the good news is, if you’re trying to be one of those happy people, recognize that that desired emotion comes from within and that you have the power to literally turn that frown upside down by mastering some simple habits.

The Best Trip

Depression is a global epidemic, affecting hundreds of millions worldwide.[1] It is one of the most commonly diagnosed mental disorders in the United States, and compared to the other mental disorders, is responsible for the most disabilities.[2]

Unfortunately, rates of depression continue to rise. Researchers found that, even after controlling for changing attitudes surrounding mental health, our modern lifestyles are leading to rising depression rates.[3] Global revenues from antidepressant sales are expected to reach over $13 billion by 2018.[4] The rise of depression around the world is gaining momentum, and treating it requires a new approach.

Could psilocybin mushrooms, the ancient psychedelic fungi, be the answer to solving our mental health epidemic?