The best Time Management Method for GTD

by in Men, Mindset, Women 21/10/2015

READING TIME: 5 MINUTES For most workaholics, the concept of Time Management (TM) brings about all the same connotations as when you know the in-laws are coming. That sense of dread, the ‘not again’ feeling and the inkling that you just aren’t living up to those high expectations. No matter how many times you try TM […]

Interview with Ros Stiles

by in Fitness, Women 18/05/2013

Here is a lovely interview I got to do with Ros Stiles from Sullivans Bay in Australia. How long have you been a vegetarian and what made you make the swap? I have been a vegetarian for four years. I became very conscious that I was eating animals, that had been alive, had feelings, felt pain, were […]

Vegetarian fitness and women

by in Women 21/10/2012

Despite the slew of world-class athletes who are vegetarians in recent years, the myth still persists that vegetarians are just an annoying bunch of scrawny weaklings. Most people believe that one has to eat through herds of cattle and coops of poultry in order to become a successful athlete or to excel in sports. There […]

Vegetarian fitness and running

by in Men, Teens, Women 21/10/2012

Although countless studies have consistently been proving otherwise, there are still quite a number of skeptics and misinformed individuals who believe that a vegetarian diet is too restricting to be able to push the body to its peak athletic abilities. With the rigorous demands of fitness and competitive running, this misguided view of the vegetarian […]


by in Bodybuilding, Men, Teens, Women 21/10/2012

Step 1: Nutrition This is the single most important part of the puzzle, hands down. You can have the most impressive set of abs, but if they’re covered with a layer of fat, you won’t see them! Break up your day with 5 or 6 mini-meals because this jump starts your metabolism. And stop eating […]