The Good Life
I wrote this statement, “Not being scared IS being healthy” on my office white board in March 2020. Words I live by, and I hope you find solace in them too.
Mindset has a massive influence on every aspect of your life, including the choices you make to fuel your body and mind, which then directly influence your health. The healthier your choices become, the easier it is to stay on the path because health becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy (of YOUR MAKING).
Healthier choices include: eliminate processed foods; stop drinking sodas even sugar-free; eat low carb, medium protein, high good fats; walk outside for 10-30 mins a day.
And, SWITCH OFF THE LEGACY NEWS. It is literally designed to make you fearful and controllable.
Remember, the Control Freaks want you afraid, unwell, and supplicant, and are supporting legacy systems that make and keep you tethered to their toxic world. Break free and thrive!
Follow me everywhere on social for tips on Ancestral, keto/paleo, alcohol-free, purpose-driven living in the Free State!
Find my links on the pinned post on my wall, or below.
1. The best way to keep up with me is on my profile, so FOLLOW: https://www.facebook.com/carla.gericke
2. I deliver some snark on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarlaGericke
3. I post memes and photos of mushrooms and my hubs of 27 years on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/carlagericke/
You can learn more about me and the dozen+ years of liberty activism I have done in the Free State of NH:
I worked with Steve Jobs! https://www.carlagericke.com/about/
I was wrongfully arrested. And then I won! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carla_Gericke
I have 25+ years experience as an author, activist, and attorney! https://www.linkedin.com/in/carla-gericke-11a12563/
I have a YT channel called Carla Gericke TV, where I do my cooking show called #Freedomnomnom (check out that hashtag for delicious #keto and #paleo noms!) and do a couple of weekly NH-based cable access TV shows: Manch Talk and The Carla Gericke Show, and on Mondays, a live podcast, Free State Live at 8PM.
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This post is from 7 years ago. I’d embed it, but for some reason, the embed code isn’t working, but here you go:
This made my day! You never know whose life you might touch, and change for the better with the message of liberty. I turned an MFA student from City College in NYC, Lou Perez. Methinks that’s triple points!
“Hey, Carla:I heard your interview on the Tom Woods show and I just wanted to reach out and say hi. I was reminded of the writers retreat we went on years back with Dean Reynolds, particularly the one night when we sat in the living room (I don’t know what else you’d call it) and the conversation turned to politics/government/etc. I kinda sat on the outside and watched you defend yourself in a room full of statists. At the time I had never heard of libertarians (aside from an offhand remark a kid I knew had made when I was an undergrad) and I had definitely never thought about voluntarism. I was really impressed with you that night. I ended up at Porc Fest a summer or two later–remember I was trying to write something about Anarchy and Christianity? That article never made it out of my head, but the ideals you continued to speak of as Queen Quill did.Some of my friends call me the “Libertarian” and poke fun at me for having principles. I once took on a room of four or five of them–not unlike the scene in Archer City. (Some of those guys are no longer friends because of it. Hehe) I tried to describe myself as philosophically an anarchist who sees libertarianism as a practical step in the direction of liberty. Voluntarist has a nice sound to it–and without all the baggage of the other labels. Plus it helps me say I’m more like my friend Carla, the South African gal with the greatest laugh and a hell of a way with words. Thanks, Carla. I hope you and Louie are loving life back east. The more I see you doing interviews and kicking the State’s ass on its own turf, the more I think we’re winning. Veterans Day is coming up and you’re definitely one of my fucking heroes! Much love and respect, Lou”
I sat down to chat to Eric Cervone of the Honest Offense Podcast where we cover a lot of ground: growing up in apartheid South Africa, to the impending medical apartheid people are clamoring for in America and globally. We talk about my book, The Ecstatic Pessimist: Stories of Hope (Mostly), life in New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project, and much much more!
One of my favorite interviews ever! Michelle and I discuss the Free State Project, which offers the best solution against statism, why NH is awesome and how we can keep it that way, COVID-madness, self-ownership, transformations, my Origin Story, and, unbelievably, more!