In this week's post, I describe my efforts to start changing, little by little, the world around me - the world where I spend 80% of my working week. Slowly by slowly, I'm changing the world of my fellow office guys and making the office
What happened to Yogibanker, you may ask? A weekly Yogibanker post, and then suddenly they disappeared. Just like that. You probably thought I just went off-line, unannounced, and was having a break. It wasn't though how I planned it. In fact, I tried to plan for
Grazing. We do it in the office all the time. To alleviate stress, boredom or perhaps just not eating enough at breakfast or dinner. Either way, temptations are everywhere, whether it be due to the weekly offerings of treats and sweets brought back from fellow
Hands up who has read Yuval Noah Harari’s blockbuster, Sapiens. It seems to come up in conversation quite regularly or is seen being read on public transport. Quite simply, the author smashes down the notions of organised society and reveals how we have got to where we
I must admit, I didn’t really ‘need’ this skiing holiday. I had just spent a remarkable few days at Vida Pura and felt refreshed and relaxed. I was questioning ‘why’ I was going at all. Still, something was bothering me. I felt unsure about my
Imagine a world where you are completely self-sufficient in terms of your food, water, shelter, energy and waste. For the average city folk, such life is a far-fetched fantasy - you and I live off the grid, where our daily means are supported by a
I'm stressed at the moment, I have to admit. Working two lives means a busy day in the office, with pressures to face, important decisions to make and potential conflicts in the making. When I get home, I switch back on and start working on my
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