Stop being who I used to be

You have to know the past to understand the present and plan for the future. Over the last decade, you could say I’ve had huge highs and equally huge lows. I’ve had incredible experiences way beyond my comfort zone (traveling to Antarctica and other far-flung corners of the planet) and had countless days where I’m too lethargic to leave the house from a terrible night’s sleep. Highs and lows are part of life, but it’s almost like clockwork for me.

I’m going to get into some of the causes of my highs and lows in time, but it’s important to firstly explore and reflect on those attributes and habits in need of change.

Here’s where I’ve landed:






Going after what I can’t have


Lack of learning


At this stage in my journey, I’m not in a massive rush to solve for them – rather just to be aware of them. As I progress through my day, I want to trigger a thought process on how my decisions lead to these outcomes and over time, form strategies to overcome each. Let’s go!

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