Quick upper body workout

Today, I’m grateful for muscle memory. Don’t neglect your chest and shoulders friends! I did, albeit only for two weeks, but when I trained them again last night it felt like my entire upper body was punishing me hah! I’ve been focusing on my back heaps lately but last night I only had time for … Continue reading Quick upper body workout

My two most important workout tips for beginners

I started my fitness journey a little over two months ago and there are two things I’ve learnt that I want to pass on to help you get strong - physically and especially mentally. Let me preface this by saying if you’ve never set foot in a gym before, ask someone you know what gym … Continue reading My two most important workout tips for beginners

Negative and positive motivation: finding what works for you

People often say ‘only surround yourself with people who make you feel good’ and ‘stay away from things that bring you down’. This type of thinking is positive motivation or positive inspiration. It makes you feel good, excited, maybe even motivated to go out there and change the world.. or whatever is you’re doing. And … Continue reading Negative and positive motivation: finding what works for you

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

Magical. Dreamlike. The Night Circus is a captivating love story and battle encompassing intricate and detailed scene setting like nothing you've ever read before. Celia and Marco are two battling magicians in a circus, but not just any circus. This circus appears out of nowhere and disappears before you know it. Celia and Marco are … Continue reading The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick

Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock was an ok book. It’s about a teenage boy who decides to take his and his best friends life (don’t worry, that’s not a spoiler – it literally says that’s what he’s going to do in the blurb) and we spend the whole book finding out why. I say the book … Continue reading Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick