Improve your physical, mental and financial health by taking control and protect life by being mindful of your impact on the world around you.
Your path to sustainable living
''How can we take care of our planet if we cannot take care of ourselves? The journey to better living starts with us, and we cannot make meaningful change to the world around us until we learn to live more sustainably.''
Founder of Sustainalife
What does your life look like today?
Are you stressed, overworked and overstretched with your time?
Do you spend money that you don’t have on stuff you don’t need?
Are you surrounded by people and things that don't bring you happiness?
Are you feeling mentally and physically drained, unfocused and unhealthy?
If you said ‘yes’ to any of these, then you could be living an unsustainable lifestyle, which will ultimately affect your health, mindset, decision-making, relationships and your standard of living. Life is tough, and if not managed you could be spending most of your time bogged down with everything that it throws at you, making it hard to be mindful of anything or anyone.
How can we sustain our lives?
By creating a lifestyle that prioritises what you most value and following practices that removes anything that distracts you from them. By changing your mindset so that you are in control and creating daily habits that remind you to make the wisest possible choice of your time. By understanding the importance of health, developing a routine that will allow you to maintain your physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing, while being mindful of the impact you have on the world around you.
To do this we want to help those on the path to sustainable living through the application of life improving practices:
A way of life that focuses on simplicity and intentionality with regard to simplifying your activities, home living, relationships and material possessions.
Get rid of the excess and focus on what is truly important. Remember, it’s not about the lack of something, but rather the perfect amount of something.
Applying a selective criteria for what is essential, so we can channel our time, energy and effort into making the highest possible contribution toward the goals and activities that matter.
Choose what you want to do, get better results with fewer tasks and remember, if you don’t prioritise your life someone else will.
The ability to know what is going on inside and outside of ourselves, moment by moment, by fully attending to what’s happening, what your doing, what your body needs and how you affect the world around you.
Stay connected with your inner self, improve the main pillars of health, give your body the fuel it needs while respecting and protecting the life.
The 360° approach
This is not radical living, it’s practical living.
The key to maintaining success, happiness, relationships and wellness is leading a sustainable lifestyle. When you live unsustainably, you have no control of the things you do, the time you spend, the stuff you buy, the state of your health and the direction of your life.
If you do not take control, other things will, and you will be sacrificing your time, energy, resources and wellbeing for them. If you want to do what you enjoy, spend time with the people you love and live a full and prosperous life, you need to take back the wheel and create a lifestyle that sustains.
We believe the path to sustainable living is all encompassing and that includes mental, physical, spiritual, financial, social and environmental wellbeing. They are all important and interconnected parts of our lives, and if we want to live better we need to address all of those areas.
The benefits of these practices include:
Reduce spending, debt and waste
Create room for what is important
Value experiences over possessions
Choose what you want to do
Get better results with fewer tasks
You can do anything but not everything
Improve the main pillars of health
Give your body the nutrients it needs
Respect and protect the life around you
This will result in you maximising your time, producing greater results, prioritising the things you most value and removing anything that distracts you from them, improving your physical, mental and financial health, becoming conscious of the world around you and leading a meaningful and sustainable life.