Archive for October 2015

enough about me. what do you think about me?

October 27, 2015

Badger, steeped in her own awesome, has no need of anyone’s opinion. Most of us spend an inordinate about of time thinking about what other people think about us. From the way we talk about ourselves (self-depreciation is my super-power), the Instagram filters we use, the way we vote, the clothes we wear. They are […]

you do not have to be good

October 21, 2015

Monday was my 42nd birthday. And 42 is of course, the answer to life, the universe and everything. I had this idea of going Oprah-esque and writing about the forty-two things I know for sure, but the words had all the oompf of a damp box of matches, left me feeling preachy and blergh and I […]

three unexpected decisions that have helped me lose weight

October 14, 2015

I am so totally amped that using my own cognitive coaching approach to weight-loss I’ve lost over 9 kilos! What is truly amazeballs to me is how little I think about food: no more obsessing – this is all about experiments and choices to support kind and tangible life-long practices. Here’s three unexpected things that have made a mega difference: […]

the bare-assed minimums

October 08, 2015

I used to fantasise all the time about being in an accident. Nothing too disfiguring or debilitating, just something to put me in a coma for about six weeks. I made sure this was stated on every formal risk register (we called it a ‘Key Man Risk’ and used fancy words like mitigation and succession planning). […]