Dublin City Triathlon 2016 Race Review

DCT has a great reputation and I really was impressed. Piranha club volunteers do such a good job – super course, slick comms, top venue, food and atmosphere. For me the race went well, 17th in 2hr 20 m, although my place is a bit inflated as the depth of quality in the field was … Continue reading Dublin City Triathlon 2016 Race Review

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Fat Adaptation Diary: Week 10

Three weeks ago I wrote about some of the challenges I faced while adopting to a Keto/LCHF nutrition approach. Good news is I feel better writing this time around. The act of writing things down, getting thoughts out of your head, accepting them and making a plan to move on is very effective/cathartic. Quick progress … Continue reading Fat Adaptation Diary: Week 10

Fat Adaptation Diary: Week 2

The past 10 days have offered sunny weather every day – making it harder to be at work in an office, but so rewarding when I did get outside to walk, train, eat, read or relax. Combined with a sunny weekend, followed by a busy week all over Dublin at work and ending down home … Continue reading Fat Adaptation Diary: Week 2

What makes us tick: motivation & peak performance

Over the past 7 weeks, I’ve been taking part in a 10 week programme at work, focusing on improving the personal and professional performance of everybody on the course. We’re a small group of 25 people from all parts of Microsoft. Different jobs, teams, families, priorities, ages, genders, nationalities. What has brought us together is … Continue reading What makes us tick: motivation & peak performance

Food for Thought: Paleo & Wholefoods

I’ve been meaning to write this blog post for months. Since January I’ve been on a culinary & nutritional journey, discovering so many great things about food, how to fuel my body and cooking new recipes and sampling new treats. It’s been really enjoyable. I like reading about different nutritional approaches and have taken something … Continue reading Food for Thought: Paleo & Wholefoods

The Joy of Food & Cooking

I love food. I mean, I know we need it to survive and it's something you can find everywhere, in infinite varieties and flavours. Yet sometimes we treat as a necessity, a fuel and don't enjoy the experience. TV dinners, or now smartphone/Facebook dinners more like, combined with fast food, preservatives and endless choice of … Continue reading The Joy of Food & Cooking