Category Archives: Lifestyle
Each day, strive to do something creative or artistic. Use your imagination! It doesn’t matter if you; dance your own dance in the kitchen, sing your own song in the shower, or make swirling patterns in the air with your … Continue reading
I would just like to thank NUIT Magazine for publishing this article, I hope it empowers all women to train smart and love who they are! Our world is shifting into a new era, an era where the patterns … Continue reading
Click (Dubai Inc) to see a snippet of the article which brought the emotion behind the following words… I have never been to Dubai and to be honest I never intend to go. I’ve never really desired to be apart … Continue reading
This video is a fine example of western reality. Only when we let our heart do our thinking and remove our ego will we be able create change among ourself and our “leaders”. #bereal
Russell Brand has been receiving excessive media attention right from the start of his career. Whether it be drugs, women, or most recently his political standpoint. An eloquent fellow, with a lot to say. His ideology is not only valid … Continue reading
Last night I lent a helping hand at Nike’s ‘we own the night’ event. A ladies only 10k run around Victoria park, near Hackney. I was working for Equinox who had a partnered with Nike for the event. As partners … Continue reading
Tonight started with an unusual bang. A phone call from a friend. “We’re on the guest list for a party tonight; get ready!” Having not partied or received an invitation such as this in a while, I had a hot … Continue reading
Practice any art; music, singing, dancing, acting, drawing, painting, sculpting, poetry, fiction, essays, reportage, no how well, or how badly. No to get money or fame, but to experience becoming, to find out what’s inside you, to make you soul … Continue reading
Meadows in the Mountains A great friend of mine started a movement in Bulgaria four years ago. Now it has rave reviews, see below, and is turning in to one of Europe’s most talked about events of the summer. http://words.fluxmusic.net/meadows-in-the-mountains-2013/
#TeamMetro’s #raceforlife campaign Been working with @VickiCossar, the health and fitness editor of @MetroNews on her #raceforlife campaign. Follow her training and progress here.
A poem. By James Mearns A simple emotion Causes this. This, which is what? An urge. An urge to be; Quiet, Distracted, Removed? Dazed and Confused, Are you amused? I’m not. This is new to me. In this distraction. Feeling … Continue reading
Anyone who has been traveling before knows that the first time is the last time you will ever plan an itinerary before you go. You probably also know that after about the first week, this itinerary goes to shit. Most … Continue reading
Heathrow to Rio, was the longest flight I had ever embarked on. 11 hours. Not so difficult when your sleeping most of the way. Not the most sociable either, for my neighbour, friend of four years and fellow traveller, Lewis. … Continue reading
Turkey mince is great value for money. Low in fat, high in protein, and delicious! 30 minutes, loads of veggies, and a pinch of creativity makes hundreds of dishes like this available to you. So get cooking.
#TeamMetro blog post number 3. I have been training @vickicossar through her journey towards “pretty muddy”. A #raceforlife event in June. Check out what she has to say about her training. Follow her journey and show your support.
Helps perk me up in the morns. Complex nutrition so you can keep trucking. Let me know if its as good for you as it is for me.