Health Podcasts Podcasts

ROO #127: Why Revolution Why Will Change Your Life

In this episode, I discuss the inspiration, purpose, and details behind the Revolution Why Immersion with change makers, Emma Huvos, Greg Faxon, and Izzy Darby. Revolution Why is a retreat for growth-minded millennials who want to question their relationship with their work, health, food, and other people. It will include workshops on yoga, meditation, plant based cooking, and deliberate living. The immersion will feature speakers, opportunities for hands-on learning, community building, and skill sharing. Most of all though, it means leaving more connected to yourself and others, revitalized and ready to spread the revolution. Even if you are not a millennial, I encourage you to listen to this episode since Emma, Greg, and Izzy explore important questions for everyone to reflect on in regards to living a fulfilled life. Revolution Why will be held on October 9-12, 2015 at the Riverside Project, a beautiful 80 acre property on the banks of the Shenandoah River in Charles Town, West Virginia (90 minutes outside of Washington, DC). If you are interested in joining Revolution Why, visit revolutionwhy.com and sign up to be on our email list to learn about when registration opens. Lastly, if you want to know my why behind Revolution Why, check out my past ROO blog post on runningonom.com. Let’s start a revolution together!

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Journal

Why Revolution Why?

I believe a lot of meaningful explanations are threefold and thus, I want to give you three reasons to consider taking part in the Revolution Why Immersion weekend, co-hosted by myself, Greg Faxon, Izzy Darby, and Emma Huvos, during October 9th to 12th, 2015. 1. Restore Your Mind-Body-Spirit Revolution Why will restore your mind, body and spirit as we inhabit the outdoors, eat nourishing foods, and move in a way that brings us into alignment with our true nature. The immersion will be hosted at The Riverside Project, a beautiful 80 acre property on the banks of the Shenandoah River in Charles Town, …

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Manifesto Spirituality

Running On Om’s Manifesto

Over the past year, I have had the privilege of getting to know ROO Podcast Interviewees, Greg Faxon of Living Deliberately and Izzy Darby of Veganizzm, who are both passionate, entrepreneurial, young adult bloggers. We have challenged each other, collaborated, and acted as sounding boards for one another in our journeys to develop the mission that grounds our work. A few months ago, Greg proposed that we all write “manifestos” to clarify the purpose of our blogs. It was an incredible exercise in reflecting on what I live by and want those in the Running On Om Community to embody …

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Food/Nutrition Recipes

20 ROO Tips for Traveling on a Plant-Based Diet

As I embark on visiting my grandparents who live in Dubrovnik, Croatia, I decided to ask my Running On Om interviewee community for their tips on traveling on a plant-based diet. Here are twenty tips from the pros! The tips are organized in order of podcast publication with links to the shows. 1. Susie Stephen, accomplished long-distance runner, yoga teacher, Running After Routledge explorer, and creator of Longrunergy Look for peel-able fruit and vegetables such as bananas, oranges, and the best travel food of all – avocados! I try to eat things with lots of Vitamin C to boost the …

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Food/Nutrition Podcasts Podcasts

ROO #26: Izzy Darby on All Things Vegan

In this episode we discuss why Izzy became vegan after reading Jonathan Safran-Foer’s book, Eating Animals. Izzy shares her experiences studying abroad in Russia and her special series of Russian recipes called “My Babushka’s Recipes” on her blog Veganizzm. She gives the listeners a feel for the Madison restaurant scene and her plans on collaborating with restaurant owners in 2014. Lastly, Izzy shares her inspirations, from her favorite blogs to Ellen Degeneres.

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