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Eating Once a Day: Questions

A bit more than a month back, I made a blog post called “Longevity & Why I Eat Once a Day” and posted a video version of that post on Youtube, which unexpectedly took off. 2,793 more words



It has always been a wish of mine to visit the Blue Zones, and this summer that wish came true. The Blue Zones are areas on earth where people reach the age of 100 at rates 10 times greater than in the United States, these were identified in 2004 by, among others, Dan Buttoner and National Geographic. 115 more words


10 Tips for Frat Presidents to Survive the Ides of March

Well, the day is upon us, folks. Today, March 15th, marks the day Julius Caesar was stabbed to death in the Roman Senate in 44 B.C., and is commonly referred to as the Ides of March. 339 more words


The Mountain Strikes Back

My Dad and I decided that we would escape the routine of daily life and go away for a week. I told him: “Pick any location in the whole of South Africa, and we will go!”. 1,331 more words

Trail Running

Exercise to stay fit and healthy

I hope I don’t have to convince anyone the benefits of exercise.

The challenge for most of us, it is not that we don’t time (think it is only excuse or just lazy), we don’t have the will power or discipline to do it until we are forced to do it due some medical problems. 274 more words

A Disciple Living

How to Turn a Dysfunctional Leader into a Highly Functional Leader

Jane Doe (Not her real name!) is a VP at a large organization.  Her boss sits in the C-Suite and rewards her for reaching the objectives listed in her job description.  495 more words