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Climbing and the Bridge
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Climbing and the Bridge

  I climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge with my guide, Jackson Mitchell with two last names. Jackson is super happy and has been guiding people up this 52,000 ton steel structure daily for six years. And, he’s smiling from ear to ear!  There are over a thousand steps to get to the top of the bridge. At first you think, boy, this sounds tiring! But, it’s not what you expect. You climb 40 or so steps at a time and come to a catwalk where you go along, stop, and take in the view of the breathtaking harbor, and listen to Jackson tell great stories that make you appreciate the …

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Being Present: Ranger Nick and kangaroos

  I cannot think of a better name for my guide when I was in the Outback of Australia than “Ranger Nick.” Thanks to Ranger Nick, I know that a group of Kangaroos is called a mob, I am more familiar with the smaller, fluffy gray wallaroos, and it is fascinating that the males jockey for position, and their females much the same way humans do! (see video here  ) I marveled at Nick’s pure joy of the wilderness but what I liked most was his confidence. which made me and the crew feel comfortable, engaged and happy. I could see he truly enjoyed educating people about what he loves …

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Welcome To Tapping In! By Linda Swain

Hi, Thanks for tapping in to our website. We hope you like the show!  This is the beginning of Tapping IN and we hope to be a happiness generator for you and from you. Please allow us to share your valuable insight into what you have found brings happiness through your own experience. We all have this amazing ability to learn from the experience of others so our need to share information is built in. We also have a key ingredient necessary for a happy world and our journey is to tap into this and be fearless moving forward with it, happily. It’s  different strokes for different folks. We resonate …

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Welcome To Tapping In! By Linda Swain

Hi, Thanks for tapping in to our website. We hope you like the show!  This is the beginning of Tapping IN and we hope to be a happiness generator for you and from you. Please allow us to share your valuable insight into what you have found brings happiness through your own experience. We all have this amazing ability to learn from the experience of others so our need to share information is built in. We also have a key ingredient necessary for a happy world and our journey is to tap into this and be fearless moving forward with it, happily. It’s  different strokes for different folks. We resonate …

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Luke Hines On The Paleo Diet

“I live by a palaeolithic style of eating. This is also known as a ‘hunter gatherer’ style of fueling your body. Basically, I am passionate about food that is natural, sourced and eaten in it purest form and food that is clean and nutritious. It’s described as a hunter gatherer style of eating because it is based on how the cavemen used to eat. They lived off the land and ate what was available, without processing or chemical alteration. For us to perform  at our optimum level, we need to fuel ourselves with optimal nutrition. For me, meat should be sustainable, bred free-range and the animals treated and killed with respect. I …

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