#50 - Livin' the Good Life... Naturally | Kristen Bowen
Women’s Health, Wisdom, and. . . WINE! is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients, and healers about complex reproductive medicine and women’s health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women’s health topics you’re already thinking about but uncomfortable talking about, and my personal favorite. . . WINE!
Life can be a beautiful journey, a crazy ride, and a big adventure. It can also be a living nightmare, a constant struggle, and a hard teacher. It’s all up to you. In each moment, you choose which side of it to embrace, and that affects your mind, body and soul, your present and your future, the person you become, as well as other people in your life
Do you know how to live a good life?
Living a good life can mean a myriad of things. Your definition of a good life is different from any other person in the world. In its basic form, a good life explores the things and feelings that give you joy and satisfaction. It’s all about finding purpose and happiness in what you do.
The good life is a state where a person has a high standard of living while adhering to moral and ethical laws. For some, a good life may mean basking in nature every single day. For others, it means dedicating their life to be of service to others. There are also people whose definition of a good life means playing video games and eating whatever they please.
Every person you have met wants to live a good life. Unfortunately, many still associate living a good life with social status, wealth, and even fame, hoping that material things and money will help them live life to the fullest. However, that is not a holistic definition of a good life. Instead, it is a life lived with integrity and joy.
Kristen Bowen is a magnesium advocate, social entrepreneur, and Founder of Living The Good Life Naturally. She has spent the last two decades helping women become comfortable with their power so that they can create optimal health. Kristen lives in Morro Bay, California, with her husband, Morgan, a recent double amputee. Together they are learning to dance to a new rhythm. They have six adult children, seven perfect grandchildren, and one adorable Shih Tzu named Louis.
Living the Good Life Naturally supports the Uganda Project that provides living wages to female entrepreneurs rendering cocoa butter in communal kitchens and using that income to feed and educate their children. Kristen believes female entrepreneurs will create the change we need in the world through sharing their passion projects and creating financial freedom.
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