No but really... How are you? Sadly it feels as though this question has lost it's real purpose. Absent-mindedly I both ask and am asked this question daily yet rarely offer a response more than a yeah ok, you?. That's as deep as it gets. This autonomous exchange has become a superficial social glue to loosely acquaint… Continue reading How are you?
Where to eat: away from the tourist traps Head away from the busy Nyavh; a tourist spot lined with waiters a plenty attempting to lure you into their overpriced restaurants. I'm told that the restaurants here sell very standard-touristy-overpriced-non-authentic-grub. If that's your bag then fine, but if you fancy an authentic Danish experience by dining… Continue reading Copenhagen eats
Every January I get swept up in the New year New me hype and consequently end up making some ridiculous resolutions along the lines of cutting back or banning certain things. Last year it was sugar-free and whilst I generally did feel great for the mini detox (especially after a typically unhealthy December), I needlessly… Continue reading Why I didn’t make any resolutions this year and feel better than ever
Even though I regularly incorporate a good amount of reflection in my life, December seems a natural point to take stock on perhaps a much greater scale. 2017 has been pretty pants on a personal level. I've been dealing with a high amount of stress coupled with an abundance of personal issues. Without dwelling on… Continue reading Seven personal reflections on 2017
December arrives with a plethora of christmas parties, festive nights out and good old catch ups. Personally I enjoy having lots of festive fun, but with a jam-packed schedule it can be difficult to stay on top of fitness. During the winter your body produces more fat storing chemicals (ATLPL to be precise) and you… Continue reading Staying fit during winter