About This Show
Human Architects consist of a life lessons, stories an experiences that have strong messages and ideas that can be used to sculpt your own unique approach to live, love and work. We focus on intentional living thought happy living, minimalist living and health living (as I believe people are responsible for their own self growth and mastery to learn from all the lessons that life teaches you). I put out a Human Architects podcast each Sunday… so its like my Sunday fun day…
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Most Recent Episode
Podcast 012 | Walking
This episode is about the practice of walking and how creating or intentionally incorporating the habit of walking into your life can change your body, make you leaner, reset your mind, present a unique moment to learn and can change your life for the better. I share my daily walking routine and just some of the changes I have seen in my body in the last week from incorporating a morning, afternoon and evening walking routine.
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