Day in the Life:
Dr. Taylor Burrowes, PhD
Taylor Burrowes, PhD is a marriage and family therapist from Miami, Florida. She teaches people how to live their ideal lifestyle. She was licensed in Florida as a mental health counselor and marriage and family therapist until April 2019, but she decided to officially leave health care and continue providing value through coaching for the mutual benefit of her clients and herself.
What’s your favorite vegetable?
Is avocado a vegetable? 🙂
What’s your motto?
“Peace & Love”.
What’s your favorite book?
The one I’m reading now…
What’s your favorite exercise?
What’s your favorite Youtube Video?
My TEDx talk 🙂 Find them here.
What’s your favorite way to center?
Meditation, hammock, naps, sunshine and ocean siestas, reading a leisurely book, working out, going for a walk, sex.
Taylor’s ideal day:
I teach people how to design their ideal lifestyle. I live by mine. It fluctuates depending on natural variables but is consistent overall.
6 am- Wakeup, check coms, meditate, rise & shine, coffee.
9 am- Walk outside, computer admin.
11 am- First appointment call + more breakfast.
1 pm- Break.
3 pm- Read or nap, afternoon call(s) then gym.
6 pm- Dinner & evening relaxation.
12 am- Sleep.
What gets you out of bed every morning?
Enthusiasm for another day.
What is the most important part of your daily routine?
Expressing my love to my partner.
What about your “O” (or day plan) do you think is unique or special?
I don’t do anything I don’t want to do & I prioritize what I need to do for my peace of mind and to feel love (self-love counts)!
What is your #1 wellness habit?
#1 is expressing love (it’s an action word, you have to show it, give, serve, act).
What is the best piece of health advice you’ve ever received?
My father was an OB/GYN and lived an exceptional life. He told me to drink red wine every day 🙂 He also said, take care of your body at all costs, keep moving!
What is your favorite part of living a healthy lifestyle?
Feeling good, looking good naked, being strong enough to do cool things and having energy. Maximizing life!
Describe your sleep ritual. What time do you go to bed?
Midnight to 6 AM, generally, with a 15-30 minute nap in the afternoon.
What’s your biggest wellness challenge? How do you address it?
Sleep. CBD oil and Epsom salt baths.
Tell us about a time you were stuck in an unhealthy cycle and how you got out of it. What was the main inspiration for positive change?
I used to eat mostly fast food and junk food in college because it was cheap and easy. I decided one day to quit cold turkey and I did. I also used to smoke a lot, I decided one day to quit cold turkey and I did that too.
If you could give one piece of health advice to your future kids, what would it be and why?
Don’t smoke, eat breakfast for lunch, have lots of sex with your partner, nap when you need to, prioritize your partner and children, take lots of time off, eat whole foods, enjoy life, integrate movement in your lifestyle, lift weights, be flexible, keep unhealthy people, places and things out of your life, and find a way to design your day that you’d be happy with for the rest of your life.
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