Posts tagged Mindfulness
Movember

Too many men are dying far too young. Around three quarters of all suicides are committed by men, and it’s currently the biggest killer of men under 50. On top of that, more and more men are being diagnosed with prostate and testicular cancer, especially over the age of 45, and yet none of this is spoken about for the most part.

Movember started back in 2003 when two Australian friends, having decided that the moustache needed to be brought back into fashion, decided to try and raise money for charity, specifically a mens health oriented one. The Movember movement was born.

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You’re Not Entitled to the Outcome

I always pride myself in trying to do the right thing. I feel it’s important. That being said, I don’t actually believe in karma. I’d like to, but it seems to miss far too many people for my liking.

Last year, before I had my surgery, I started getting into philosophy, and it really helped me with my recovery, and has continued to help me with my general mindset going forward.

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Social Media Breaks

For the past few months I’ve really taken a step back from social media. This wasn’t planned, but with various algorithm changes and the resulting increased demand for content generation, it was all just getting a bit much.

I’ve been on social media since the very beginning and am usually a fairly early adopter of new platforms. Social media has definitely changed a lot over the years, however, and instead of being somewhere you shared whatever you want, it now requires far more thought and curation if your intention is to be successful.

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