Like most things in this universe, motivation is never constant. It took me far too many years to truly understand just how cyclical the world we live in is. Sure, … Continue Reading How To Salvage Your Motivation
It’s late in the evening and I’m about to embark on one of my favourite pastimes, going for a walk. I have my earphones in and I look at the … Continue Reading Could switching the TV off change your life?
This post should be thought provoking, inspiring and somewhat confrontational – even motivational. Actually, I hope it’s every bit motivational. This time last year I provided a sea of posts … Continue Reading The difference a year makes?
A week ago now, I turned 24 years old. And I realise I’m still a spring chicken to most, and some would call me ‘wet behind the ears’. But, I’m … Continue Reading 24 things I’ve come to realise about life at 24 years old
This crazy world we call the ‘fitness industry’ or ‘fitness community’ or even ‘online fitness community’, tends to lend itself very well to dogmatic tendencies. If there’s one thing I … Continue Reading Everyone has a story worth listening to – how did we forget that?
When I was young, I used to think……..what’s the point of writing a diary? That’s weird. If I were to write a diary entry, it would detract from valuable playing time. Some … Continue Reading The magic of keeping journals
“The race is long………and in the end, it’s only with yourself” An extract from the 1999 song “Sunscreen” voiced by Baz Luhrmann. If you haven’t heard it or don’t know … Continue Reading Don’t lose your race whilst watching someone else’s
The eleventh hour of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month. In the U.K. it’s armistice day. In the U.S. it’s veterans day. Regardless of location, November 11th bears huge … Continue Reading Some thoughts on Armistice/remembrance day
Books are as old as human existence. Gaze back in time and you’ll see the presence of books littered throughout every century. The reading and digesting of books is the … Continue Reading The value of books and reading, why do some deem reading unpopular?
“How do you do that? That’s not normal!” “Why do you do that? That’s not normal!” Have you ever heard those questions? I’ve heard them many times, and let’s establish … Continue Reading “Normal” is a subjective term, don’t conform. Be abnormal!
Regret: feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that one has done or failed to do). Regret is a human emotion (of many) that can wreak such havoc, cause such discomfort … Continue Reading Regret erodes the soul…
The great Ralph Waldo Emerson said it best. The great man was a library of entirely profound quotes, quotes that are in many ways eternal. The great Mr. Emerson sadly … Continue Reading If there’s one thing you should do……it is to do “YOU”