Like many people I hate and love TV. TV has hypnotized me into sitting on a couch for hours bingeing on Netflix and stuffing my face with nachos and beer; in the end, leaving me unhealthy and unmotivated.
Hello Earthletes! It’s almost spring here in South Korea, and another exciting rock climbing season is upon us. The weather is warming up, the days are getting longer, and the mountains are becoming more inviting. You’re probably getting that itch to get outside and go vertical, but before you scratch that itch, do a few pre-season preparations to ensure an enjoyable and healthier start to the season.
Spring is right around the corner…I promise. Yes it’s true it snowed yesterday, but I swear the season will change, the weather will get warmer, the flowers will bloom and the sun will shine. For many of my readers this time of year means the commencement of a new school year or the start of new job. Lots of new things are happening. So why not use this momentum to start new healthier habits or refresh those we’ve ignored?
This is a series where I share the different explorations and adventures I’m fortunate enough to have in my life in South Korea. My hope is that through these stories you can see how simple, healthy, inspiring and fun it can be to step out of your house and explore. Read More
Life-changing event of 2015: cold showers. As of the day I write this post, it has been one year since I’ve been taking cold showers. I take a cold shower in the mornings before I go to work and at night before I go to bed. Each shower is between 4 to 7 minutes long depending on how dirty I am, how cold the water is or how much I need the revitalizing effects of the cold water on my body. Read More