A lot of us tried, and failed often, to make positive changes in our lives. Whether it is losing weight, quitting a damaging vice like drinking, smoking, gambling, eating too much sweets, there are plenty of bad habits we’d like to change as we strive to live a better and healthier life.
Some experience success initially but after a few weeks, months or years, they go back to the same old behaviour that causes them harm, or at least, prevent them from getting better.
From the bright lights and warm weather of Singapore, I exchanged it for the cool (or should I say freezing?) and quiet living in Norway. My wife has been living in this country full of natural beauty so when it was time move in, I packed my bags, took what I could and left what I didn’t need.
Unfortunately I couldn’t bring the gym with me. Obviously I could get a gym membership in Norway as well but if you are moving to a country and you don’t speak the language it’s going to be hard to find a job much less pay for a gym membership. Continue reading How DDP yoga changed my life→
Ahhh weight loss! It’s either your favourite subject or you’d like to avoid it like the plague.
I’ve been on the opposite sides of fitness. During my younger years, I was athletic and played basketball a lot (played in several little leagues), and I worked out in the gym often too (although I found myself quitting some 3 months or so after starting). Continue reading About the fitness nut→