Monthly Roundup – April

cycling in the uk

  This seems to have been my most confusing month to date. On the one hand I’ve been really enjoying my poker, my fitness regime and my overall lifestyle. I had another winning month, I kept up with my gym… Continue Reading

Monthly Roundup – March

holdem manager

  (If you don’t fancy reading then click here to see the Monthly Roundup March Youtube video)   I can’t reiterate enough that playing poker is one horribly amazing emotional roller coaster. It will not only test your brain with… Continue Reading

Getting Down With The Trumpets – Serbian Style

travelling to Guca

  Sometimes you hear about something so unique, so left-field, and so totally up your street, that your whole brain does a double take. Does ‘insert niche topic here’ really exist? Cue my overland adventure to Serbia and to one of… Continue Reading

My Top Ten Travelling Songs

travelling songs

It’s time for my first dreaded list post! But let’s all be honest, they’re nice and easy for me to write, I get to listen to some awesome music while doing it and I’m a big advocate of spreading the… Continue Reading

The Yearly Roundup

poker vagabond

  Well that year certainly went by bloody fast! I’ve probably said that exact same sentence every year since the day I was born. Nevertheless, that one really did go by quickly, and so now it’s time to take stock… Continue Reading

Monthly Roundup – November

poker progress

Finally! That took a lot longer than I was expecting but full blown progress has been made. If you’re here looking for the facts and figures then you could say that I earned $260 from 40,000 poker hands plus a… Continue Reading

Monthly Roundup – October

robert greene mastery

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say this month will be defined as my most important of the year, and possibly my life. A little bit over dramatic? Definitely. But things are looking up within various… Continue Reading

Food For Thought – Part 2

food cycle conference 2016

The moment I sat down and ate my first meal in the dining hall at the Quakers House in Norwich I knew I had found my own tiny version of Lentils in my home city. It was vastly different in… Continue Reading

Vagabond Stories – Mount Everest

RIMG

Hey guys and welcome to my new series where I will showcase some of the amazing places I have been lucky enough to visit over my years of travelling. My initial goal when launching this website was to have a… Continue Reading