Writing this blog gives me a lot of opportunity to reflect on my life – I have referred to it many times as “free therapy” because just by writing through my problems, reflecting and explaining what I intended to do has helped me get through some tough times.
I sometimes come across unwanted reflection as I start to dig deeper and I get that horrible twitch in my head of when I have been truly wronged. Continue reading “The Best Revenge”
Many years ago I was on a night out with University friends. After many drinks I sat settled in the corner, I got talking with a girl on my course and some how we got to discussing her traveler background. This led to the revelation that she had the ‘sight’ – the skill of being able to see into the future.
“Would you like me to read your palm?” she said.
I laughed and said sure… I wasn’t quite sure if she was actually serious, but next thing I know she grabbed my hand and started to read my palm…. Continue reading “A long time…”
I stopped watching the Apprentice years ago because it was the same repetitive format.
But I read a piece on one of the finalists business ideas and I couldn’t help resist giving my opinion when it was revealed that finalist Vana Koutsomitis is a dating app called ‘PlayDate’.
Although the decision was most likely made months and months ago I have to say that this is a very stupid investment. I won’t tackle this from a business point of view but a male with experience of online dating point of view. Continue reading “Love, sex and apps…”
As I write this to mark my 200th post it seems fitting that as I sat in my new home the other day, the ‘missus’ quiet casually brings my blog into conversation.
For those who are not aware – this blog is not something that the people in my real life are aware of. Its a bit like I am Clark Kent and this blog is Superman.
Continue reading “200 posts later… My secret is out…”
When I was younger and I had insecurities and self-doubt about meeting someone, my mum would always say
“You only find love when you stop looking for it”
Despite my young naive age – I thought that was bullshit. To find someone required some effort. Continue reading “When you least expect it”
So much to do in a day, yet so little time to work on my goals.
If I have been out with Vicky, talked to my mum, gone walking with my dad or helped out my brother, I can forgive myself for shirking on my goals.
“Always make time for your loved ones. They are your life and the reason you strive to be more…..”
Manifesto of Perfection – Goal Setting Month
As I reached my 50th post yesterday, I decided to take a step back and reflect on articles I have written so far.
I looked through the growing archives and I have picked out my five favourite pieces for you the reader to consider reading.
5) The Face in the Mirror
I randomly remember a guy from my early adult years, who was pretty irrelevant – until he killed himself. This made me think about how I could avoid becoming that person. Continue reading “My favourite posts (so far)”