Where there’s no challenge, there’s no change.

Well it’s almost been a month since I packed up my house, shed too many tears and drove 1200km to my new home in Alpha. Alpha, where the hell is that? Somewhere along the Capricorn Highway in Outback Queensland. 450km from the East Coast (Rockhampton) and 170km to the nearest supermarket. Look it up on … More Where there’s no challenge, there’s no change.

The balance between discipline, excuses and “real life trumps all”

So I really LOVE Granny Smiths. Not the apples, but when the training session goes green on Training Peaks (the software my coach uses to plan sessions)… Like I really love them to the point where I know it goes green if you complete within 20% of the set task. * Side note- Yellows annoy … More The balance between discipline, excuses and “real life trumps all”

Ironman Cairns 70.3

Flights home are perfect for writing race reports, so this race reflection has been done in record timing. Before I launch into the longwinded account of the day, and may lose some readers along the way I just want to say thank you to each and every person in my life. My family, friends, boss, … More Ironman Cairns 70.3

Ripples

I saw a post on Instagram over the weekend that really resonated with me. Think about it. Who do you encounter in a day, and what affect do you have on their lives? My job for example, I’m a pharmacist, take away the medicine (that might actually make them feel better) but if they come … More Ripples