I’m starting this blog as a platform to inspire, educate, and enlighten my readers on the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle by changing our environment.
Yes, you can entertain the possibility of living part-time or moving to Hawaii, or another utopia, paradise-like place. Ask yourself, Why Not? We have one life, and how are we going to live it to the fullest NOW?
The motto I have adopted since my soul journey in December 2018 in Namibia Southwest Africa where I was born is, “One Life.” We have one life to make it the best. What are you going to do today to make your life amazing?
For me personally, the reconnection comes from nature and living in a beautiful environment such as Big Island, Hawaii. My lifestyle on the Big Island offers the perfect opportunity to embrace wellness
Did You Know?
Nature gives off negative ions, that’s why you feel so good walking in a forest or going to the beach. Computers, cell phones, bright neon lights drain our natural energy and are called positive ions. An ion is a molecule with an electric charge.
Adding nature to our daily life, from walking barefoot to tree hugging, is an essential part of living a healthy life.
Bridging a healthy lifestyle by changing environment is one of the most important decisions you can make in your life.
Here is something fun you may enjoy out in nature, a yoga pose for you to explore.
Step your left leg forward and stretch the right leg back into a long lunge as you inhale.
Place your hands shoulder-width apart on either side of the front foot. Only the ball of the back foot is on the ground, and the front leg should be at a 90% angle.
Lift your chin as you inhale and engage your shoulders. Make sure the back leg is straight and back toes are tucked in. Repeat on the left leg.
- Strengthens and tones the legs and back
- Softens the groin and hip muscles, releasing tension
- Relieve pain and helps prevent injury in the lower body
- Relieves backache and sciatica
I am excited to keep you updated on the most popular Hawaii Real Estate opportunities. Contact me at Satoriebedes@hawaiilife.com, and I will keep you in the loop.