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My First Book is a City2Surf Training Guide

My first book is called: ‘How to Break Your Fitness Slump and Comfortably Finish a Fun Run’ This year I’ll be doing my 43rd City2Surf and over the years I’ve tried many different training programs in the lead up to the City2Surf. Over the last 42 years I’ve perfected...

Happy 80th Birthday Mum

If 60 is the new 40, then I think 80 must be the new 60. My mother is busily working on her new book ‘Mums, Children and Mustard Gas‘ a history of the Blue Mountains during WW2. She started researching this topic five years ago and rarely have my sister or...

Looking back on another year as a Life Coach

As 2012 comes to a close, I find myself browsing through my coaching notes of the many people I have been privileged to meet over the course of 2012. Some of the life experiences that have been shared with me over the last 12 months read like scripts from a sitcom....

My Memories of Bryce Courtenay

Bryce Courtenay was a great influence in my early career. Like many others, I was saddened to hear of his passing this week. He will be remembered as an author who left a great body of work that we will continue to enjoy, but my memory of Bryce is from a different...

Just Another Birthday…

It used to be that I really looked forward to birthdays, but after half a century the magic seems to have faded away! No two days are ever the same for me, but as birthdays go, it was pretty ordinary. I got up and walked the dogs for a few kilometres, then returned...

Before the ANZACs

Anzac Day, April 25th, marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War, and today is an occasion of national remembrance, but let’s not forget those Australians and New Zealanders...

Living Proof – You Can Do Anything

Last week the community of Hall put on a little fundraiser for Deborah De Williams as she passed through Hall on her world record run around Australia. With her fantastic support crew of Karin and Owen (mum and dad);?partner, Glyn; and her faithful Border Collie,...

An Adventure Before Breakfast

One of the things I often do is go for a jog before breakfast. When I?m traveling, my morning jog can be a bit of an expedition, as it was a few days ago. We were staying in a hotel in Wagga Wagga for a few days and as usual, I?d packed some exercise gear. I don?t...
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