In my second book I reference the fact that I used to be horrible at planning. It’s not in my nature to be structured and organised. However, it is VERY useful. Being able to plan and organise my life is […]
A brandnew episode of the Self Help Hipster Podcast in these totally normal times!
What do you do when you write a book about habit change (Dingen Anders Doen, in stores now!) and suddenly you find yourself in a completely new situation, where a lot of what you usually do is no longer an […]
In these weird ass times, what’s better than doing all your day-to-day activities with a podcast? In the first new episode of the Self Help Hipster podcast, Andrew I discuss my book, a new self help book and lots of […]
Broken record, I know, but I can’t ever stop talking about how important and life changing the adapting of the Pomodoro technique has become to me. The Pomodoro technique is why my relationship with time is so good and functional, […]
This book is an invitation to start taking your self to the next level so you can take your succes to the next level. Hal Elrod in the Miracle Morning
There’s all these sayings and expressions and colloquialisms on time and its quick passing. We’re always saying things like “oh, how time flies!” and “blink your eyes twice and you’re a year older!” We say all these things to signal […]
Inspired by a talk I did in november and a conversation on the Podcast with Andrew, I was reminded by one of my favourite quotes in Chidera Eggerue’s (aka the Slumflower) book ‘What A Time To Be Alone’. (We did […]
Because I always like reading other people’s workout shenanigans and I have been a F45-fan and member since early 2018 – I figured I’d share a little bit about it on my blog.
I am an avid rereader of my favorite books, and even though there is a staggering amount of self-help books every year that I still want to read, sometimes it’s nice to go back to a classic.
One of the perks of working in education is that you get to start fresh twice a year.
Inspired by my own Dutch article about how I watched the Meg 3 times. It’s a nonsense pop culture PSA.