I went through a lot of my career struggling to keep up with the demands of a hyper competitive industry, a growing family, and my health. Ultimately, it was my health that always took a back seat, and it became
We had a terrible storm the other week in the Netherlands. Winds of almost 150 kph, leaving one poor unfortunate dead and thousands of trees felled across the country. We weren’t spared the carnage and had a few, quite large trees
I know this stuff. I've read Matthew Walker's book, Why We Sleep, from cover to cover (twice). I've even taken a Harvard online course on sleep. And yet, there I was last night tossing and turning, endlessly, unable to stay asleep.
We tend to take walking for granted. But bipedalism (walking on two legs) is probably our most important evolutionary development. It’s what enabled us to move to every corner of the globe before there was any other form of transportation. Nowadays,
Have you ever faced a challenge where you thought "there's no way I can do this"? Chances are, your brain is just trying to keep you safe. That's its job. However, our brains tend to be very conservative and if we
The past couple of years have been challenging, to say the least, and many of you will have struggled to maintain any kind of healthy balance during this time, having to work from home and/or dealing with the additional stress