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Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis features:
This week Waylon reads mindful tips from his book, “It’s Never too Late to Fall in Love with your Life.”
Roughly 95% of books are toxic. That’s not some crazy-hippie statement. They’re just not the books our grandparents read. Books now smell like new cars, like plastic…because they are. The inks are super toxic, the glues are super toxic.
Tip #1: Whenever possible, support used bookstores and buy used second-hand books. Boycott Amazon. If you have to do online, you’ll get a ton of plastic awful packaging, but bookshop.org is good.
And if you’re reading with your children, wash hands after!
For two more tips, check out the video:
Or, listen to the podcast:
Waylon Lewis is back with his award-winning video series and podcast.
He’ll be going live each Friday and starting out with three mindful tips each week, big & small.
“Hey friends, every Friday I share three specific, useful, fun, interesting—at least to me—mindful tips. They’re probably kind of nerdy, but they’re applicable to our daily lives from a mindful point of view, an eco point of view, and from a point of view of caring about society.” ~ Waylon Lewis
Big news about my podcast, new YouTube channel.
Our podcast and video series are trying to start up again, with Molly’s help! Help support them by viewing, listening, sharing—we’ve received many requests over the last years for mindful tips and conversations and the podcast to return. Boom! I’m once again doing a convo/video/podcast once a week. Hope you give it a listen.
I’m leaving behind Elephant’s 35,000 subscribers (Google never let us monetize) and many millions of views—and I hope you’ll subscribe to my new channel here: I’ll upload at least one video a week about everyday mindfulness and eco and meditation and relationships and food and equality and politics from a non-hateful perspective, and all that good stuff.
So, anyways, starting a new account. Subscribe! Support! Share! All the things. May it be of benefit! Be one of my first and comment if you do so.