Lessons from 160,000 steps for Autism

Of course I did, I’m an idiot. I doubled the recommended daily amount, I committed to walking (not 10 but) 20,000 steps per day for eight days straight. And when I was done, I was glad that I found it difficult. I was glad I had swung for the fences, grateful for the extra challenge….

Lessons from 400 kilometres in 20 weeks

Runners are bloody annoying. Actually, allow me to revise that statement. People who run are bloody annoying… to us non-runners. “They” are so infuriating with their social media posts about split times, half marathon PBs, quality time spent pre-6am with their athletic kids and conversations about the latest pair of Asics Gel. Give us a…

Lessons from my biggest ever money mistake

I got scammed overseas, well. I was 24-years-old at the time, it was 17 years ago. It is still difficult to write about. I have never told anyone. The social sharing portions of the internet tends be more of a highlight reel than a realistic commentary. Not many of us are posting about our failures,…

Top 10 fears I have about sharing my blog

I always knew it would come to this, time to share my work. Shit. As I have gotten older I have certainly cared less and less about what other people think of me. Not because I am dwindling my personal care-factor levels towards wearing old and bally Kmart tracky-pants, a Bintang singlet and thongs in…