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The Justin Flinner Podcast

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Justin Flinner is the CEO of an award-winning primary holistic care center in downtown Washington, DC and a multiple-time U.S. National Martial Arts Champion. This podcast brings you expert advice and innovative thoughts from the world's top experts in health and wellness in addition to first-hand e… read more

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Ep33 - Burning Your Candle at Both Ends

Burning your candle at both ends is something that will ultimately destroy your health and affect your livelihood. That is usually why August is the most popular month to take vacation and enjoy the beautiful weather in the US. We think that we have worked so hard and we deserve a break. This dangerous approach to life needs to be transformed and a new approach needs to be created. In this podcast, we examine the practice of burning your candle at both ends and discuss ways to move towards a healthier lifestyle. By changing your mindset, you can view the idea of burning the candle at both ends as something potentially worthwhile rather than something destructive. Don’t forget, if you need support in discovering new ways to approach life and stop burning your candle at both ends, WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU 24/7! *** Find us on our website, find us on Facebook & Instagram @mymetromedicine, or contact us at or 202-505-2805. ***


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