My New Favourite Brew – Kojoi – A Roasted Yerba Mate Tea

A while ago I posted a quick vid about my bulletproof Yerba Mate tea, one of my favourite morning elixirs when I want to either smash a run, start a fasting day or just generally focus on specific tasks for hours at a time.… Read the rest

The Superfast 60 Second Emergency Brain Recovery Plan

The Superfast 60 Second Emergency Brain Recovery Plan

Brain fried? Trouble getting to sleep with all those pesky thinkies mooching about in your headspace, trouncing your tranquillity? Me too, here’s a couple of tips:

This is going to be as quick to read as it is to perform so no excuses bucko!… Read the rest

Sex, Surfing, Climbing & Ukuleles: How To Find Your Flow State

Sex, Surfing, Climbing & Ukuleles: How To Find Your Flow State

I love running, paddle boarding and listening to music (often at the same time) but they don’t put me into a flow state. They give me way too much space to ruminate. Having sex, surfing, climbing and playing my ukulele on the other hand (not usually at the same time) slam me hard and fast (and sometimes gently) into the moment.Read the rest

Are Your 5 Chimps Fountains Or Drains?

Are Your 5 Chimps Fountains Or Drains?

[Picture credit: Me, Croyde, now]

I Have this writer friend, he’s quite a big deal. He encourages me with with ambiguous statements like “you’re on the right track” which coming from him I take to mean “YOU ARE AWESOME”.Read the rest

What A Stroke Taught Me About Living And Dying (but mostly living)

What A Stroke Taught Me About Living And Dying (but mostly living)

A friend asked me a question the other day; she said “Other than having your kids, what was the best thing you ever did?” And then she quickly followed up with “And your worst thing that ever happened to you, what was that?”.Read the rest

The Random Post #1

The Random Post #1

Ola dudes. This is a new thing.

Being a prize geek I’m often surrounding myself with random collections of thoughts, writing, stuff, things, experiences and general weirdness that in themselves might not add up to much.Read the rest

Cry Heart, But Don't Break (How To Heal A Broken Heart)

Cry Heart, But Don’t Break (How To Heal A Broken Heart)

A breaking heart turns out to be the daddy of feeling bad. I’ve run the gamut of tricky emotions over the years, like we all have; fear and anxiety chief among them. But heartache sits high above the others with it’s sheer, overwhelming presence.… Read the rest

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