The high-intensity-nonstop-burn-and-drop diet

Burnout is unsustainable. Imagine being sucked out of your energy day-in-day-out, with nothing to help feed into your wellbeing. No music, no exercise, no free socialization.

Another version that might not be as abstract is this:

Imagine going week to week eating nothing but highly refined, sugary foods. This is a diet that feeds our bodies nothing of nutritive value.

It’s not pretty nor good for us, but burnout happens when we repeatedly do things with no progressive outcome.

Spare your wellbeing from it, and instead create meaning into your actions.

To find better

Why is it that were bought into thinking that we can’t take action to protect our environment, our health and wellbeing?

Maybe our urban cities have been so far removed from a non-wasteful lifestyle that it seems almost impossible to step away from a fast paced culture. That is, we’re speeding on the highway and there’s no sense in hitting the brakes when there’s nobody up ahead.

There’s no help in following everyone else when it doesn’t make sense for you.

On the other hand, there are just over a million things that can help us be more conscious of taking better care of ourselves, our health, and our futures. It just takes a deeper look to find, but there is the alternative.

The alternative is out there, and it’s better, more sustainable, and necessary for all of us.