Day 22-Wwoofing in Hawaii: Accepting Reality

How to deal with death and ways to think positively about any situation. If you want something, you will always find a way. If you don’t want something, you will always find an excuse. Any and all excuses stem from a lack of desire and any and all great accomplishments stem from a great desire. Well said, Ted. If you want it, go get it! Since Hawaii is known for not much soil at all, I decided to do some research and I came across the “back to eden” style of gardening. We got a wood chip delivery and have begun creating the banana patch named ‘Jbird’-It’s going to be sweet! So stay tuned for more info on the baby Jbirds and my Wwoofing in Hawaii fun times. So I decided to Wwoof in hawaii. Imagine being a vegan, let along an HCLF vegan and traveling-it ain’t easy! Wwoofing is such a great concept. Basically you work on an organic local farm for any given amount of time (I’m wwoofing for a month but I know others who have done it for 2-3 years). So being a vegan and doing it makes it a little tougher, you just have to always be aware how much food you have and how to get more. Being 811 in Hawaii is pretty easy though, the fruit is mostly local (if you know where to go) and very ripe and full of sweet sugar. I’ll be charting my progress up here for you guys to see, so feel free to ask questions along the way. Aloha 😉 Sleep Water Sugar The three elements to healthy living Just some quick tips and tricks on the high carb low fat vegan diet. When I started out on the high