There are so many ways to Paleo-fy your life, it’s not just about the food you eat. It’s about the way you move, the way you think, your belief systems and also the way you explore. Yes, the way you explore!
How often do you put on your exploration glasses (if you don’t own exploration glasses I think you can buy some from Bunnings, Bunnings has everything) and wander the streets looking for fun and adventure? How often do you look at your familiar surroundings, like you’re seeing them for the first time and see the wonder and mystery of the trees, people, animals, food, bikes, insects, cars, etc that surround you in every day life?
There is adventure everywhere, I assure you, if you just look at things with an attitude of exploration and fascination.
Our Paleo ancestors were always exploring, both physically and intuitively. They relied on the world and its bounty for survival so they both felt and sensed its magnificence. Everything to them, was a moment for exploration, discovery and connection to the greater power that is the universe.
Now a special place to feel that power, and go exploring, is on the ocean…oh yeah! The wind, the tides, the sun, the rare purple bearded tiger tuna!!!
Today on Rumbles Paleo TV we speak to Darren Finkelstein, aka The Boat Guy, of St Kilda Boat Marina and talk about paleo adventures on the high seas and the origins of the rare purple bearded tiger tuna.
Darren Finkelstein is an expert on all things boats! He’s even written a couple of books on buying boats and he also travels this great land of Australia talking to people about boats and boating and pirates and mermaids (I may or may not have made up the last two topics here).
If you’d like to learn more about Darren, if you’d like to buy his books, if you’d like to book him as a public speaker or if you’re needing to buy a new boat and need some advice, you can contact him
Tally ho! Actually I think I’m confused. I meant to say…
Ahoy me maties