Last week, I used a transcription service for the first time, and I have to tell you: it has changed my life.
Photo by Mountain Yoga Retreat Yoga retreats are the best way to get your zen on. That is what I thought before I went on a yoga retreat. Before I went on a yoga retreat, I knew that yoga retreats […]
My last writing-focussed post on ‘The Editor’ was inspired by the wonderful Natalie Goldberg, whose 1986 book ‘Writing Down The Bones’ recently got me writing again—unleashing my inner creative and all that artsy nonsense. ‘Trouble with the Editor’ was just […]
I signed up for my first half-marathon on a whim and had six weeks to train. These are the four tactics I used to get literally up to speed.
Let it never be said that Hong Kong is boring. I’ve heard people comment that Hong Kong is a city that can be ‘done’ in a weekend, and I would like to politely counter such notions with my ultimate guide […]
Image courtesy of Unsplash Writer or not, we all have an internal editor: the voice that makes you redraft your text messages, the feeling that you have to tone yourself down or ‘put on a face’, the doubt that tells […]
Photo by Rebecca Cairns I don’t like hills; I don’t know anyone who does. I train in Hong Kong: a flat urban mess of concrete and encroaching jungle where the ‘hills’ on my daily running route are the paths beside […]
I’m a millennial who has had access to the internet since my tweens, and that in itself should have been enough for me to start a blog by now.