In the hundreds of hours spent on my bike I had – beside the amazing adventures – a few rides that were tough, cruel, painful, forgettable and even not enjoyable. But none of the rides sucked as much as the one I did last Sunday.
I like getting shit done and I want to share with you how I approach my workday and maximise my time, in the hope that some of these ideas will resonate with and help you.
On my last day on earth I want the person I could have become to meet the person I became and high-five her with the words ‘Great job, I couldn’t have done it better myself!’
This year has been incredible. I sometimes wonder how much more I could have made happen, though, if I simply asked for a bit of help.
What good are wings without the courage to fly.
Should it be a rule that if you have a window seat, you should not sleep and if you want to sleep you have to swap with someone who wants to look out the window?
When I travel, I want to be a traveller, not just a tourist. I want to walk around in awe of the different sights, sounds, smells and soak up the vibe of the city
It’s not easy yet the investment in our own wellbeing and the way we carry ourselves through the rest of our lives pays off in the long run
Bondi Beach, Australia’s most famous strip of sand, was the location of my first ever ocean swim when I raced in the inaugural Bondi Splash and Dash in November 2014. So it was only fitting that I would return here for an ocean swim during my visit to Sydney.
Most of us, though, are staying well within our comfort zone, because it is, well – comfortable. I think we should leave that bubble for a bit and go exploring to see what else life has to offer.