Quote of the Week
A true genius admits that he/she knows nothing.Albert Einstein
- The Quiet Scientific Revolution of Chronic Pain
- A Journey Into the Human Brain – Everything You Need to Know
- Microbiome discovery may open new doors to development of treatments for gastrointestinal diseases
- Global temperatures over last 24,000 years show today’s warming ‘unprecedented’
- [The Science of Success] How To Build Habits That Stick with Charles Duhigg – I began my commitment to good habits when I read The Power of Habit when the pandemic started. Click here to read the caption in my IG reel that was inspired by this podcast.
- [Nourish Balance Thrive] How to Continually Improve Your Brain Health, Body Composition, Energy, and Athletic Performance – I love listening to fascinating discussions like this while running errands.
- [The Relationship School] 4 Non-Negotiable Needs Required For a Secure Partnership – So many relationships fail, or people get stuck in unhappy relationships because the majority of us don’t bother to do any research on how to have a successful relationship based on science and psychology principles.
- “Idk who need to read this, but obstacles come just to wake up your ability of finding new ways.” – @growthhub_
- “The best thing you can do for your career: Remove “that’s not my job” from your vocabulary” – @stephsmithio
- “You can’t be interested and show a lack of effort, it doesn’t work that way.” – @MindTendencies2
- Endless Enthusiasm – I’ve always been finding joy in the little things. This is how I lived a pretty effortlessly fit and happy life since I started my fitness journey in my early 20’s.
- When Riding In The Rain… – We’ve been having pretty dry winters the last few years but La Nina is upon us in Vancouver this winter. Here’s an old post I wrote in a very wet 2015 winter! I was commuting to work by bicycle as much as I could that year including in the cold and pouring rain, so I know a bit about how not to be fair-weather rider, and all the benefits that comes along with it!
- Why Aren’t You Biking to Work? – It’s wet and cold if you live up north but so what? 😉