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Sharpen the Saw

May 10, 2019
In Stephen R Covey’s self-improvement book titled The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People he lists “Sharpen the Saw” as one of the key habits. This means that to be effective, we must devote the time to renewing ourselves physically, spiritually, mentally, and socially. I know – it’s a challenge to find adequate time to ensure all spheres are moving along swimmingly  – yet Stephen stresses continuous renewal allows us to synergistically increase our ability to practice each effective habit. The habits are: Be Proactive Begin with the End in Mind Put First Things First Think Win-Win Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood Synergise Sharpen the Saw The seventh habit, Sharpen the Saw, is focused around renewal. … Continue reading...
Beauty

Bondi Bronze in a Bottle

April 29, 2019
If you’ve been following me on Insta then you’ll know that I’ve been lucky enough to have been travelling for the past month. It was one of the best trips I’ve ever done. I started in Japan staying in Kyoto, Hakone and Tokyo (the posts are on the way) before taking off for Straylia. I can’t wait to fill you in but first thing’s first. I had to look the part before I went anywhere – especially Bondi aka land of the bronzed goddesses. Being of a pale Caspar the friendly ghost complexion I always feel better with a lick of bronze on my body and couldn’t think of a better time to sample the infamous Bondi Sands Gradual Tan.… Continue reading...
Health, Travel

Soakin up Sydney Life

July 27, 2018
Post half marathon I gave myself a week to sample Sydney life. It had been non-stop since my arrival and I hadn’t had a chance to actually be in the city and take it in properly. I’d visited once before but years ago so it was time to get reacquainted. I shacked up with another old friend and we had a blast. Of course a trip to Double Bay (scene of my childhood and the rest of the western world’s TV obsession, Home and Away) absolutely had to feature! I’d been before but never hiked up to overlook the whole double bay and it really is breathtaking.… Continue reading...