Last week was an eventful week. I've (not literally) been hit in the face pretty badly - but I got out of the dump quicker than I thought I would - and found myself on top of a mountain again. One of my new year’s resolutions was to adapt to change more quickly. Maybe I’m [...]
The uncertainty of what’s going to come after leaving the system paralyzed me for months. Being at a crossroad means you can do anything. You can also do nothing. Here's how I see uncertainty now.
I read a book written by a guy who devoted a year of his life to find out everything about productivity. And there are two critical things about productivity that I seemed to have missed before. Maybe you have too?
I am an online personal trainer and fitness/strength training enthusiast. I want people to get stronger, be more confident, to improve their body image and for them to simply feel better every day. Today I want to shine a very different light on health in hopes to encourage you to get more active and take better care of your body. It's not so sexy.
I recently got a surprising wake- up call. Something that gave me a boost of motivation to keep working for what I believe in and what I call my dreams and goals. New fuel to keep chasing the vision I have for my future self. I feel like sharing where that kick in the butt came from.
I recently wrote about why I changed from being negative and explosive to a more positive and energetic version of myself. Someone asked me how I changed. It was harder to find out than I thought, but my here’s my attempt.
About the times when your life is turned upside down. About blurred vision and a strong- as - a bear- mindset. About emotions and connection. About dying dreams. A must read for everyone who has struggled, is struggling or will struggle.
As my last two weeks in Groningen have begun, I decided to start a mini- series about my time here, the perks of living abroad, why I am leaving and what’s coming next.
How did I start my fitness journey and never completely fell of track ever since?
From all the things I realized this year and all the lessons I learned, there is one thing that made all of it possible. That allowed me to change, that allowed me to grow. That allowed me to be down and that allowed me to share my joy.