Thinking of Clipping into an Indoor Bike? Here’s Everything to Know About the Top Options (Including the DIY Version)

The President sure loves his Peloton. This Inauguration Day, and for the first time in our nation’s history, White House intelligence found themselves assessing a piece of fitness equipment. Whether our new Commander in Chief prefers classes with Robin Arzon or Alex Toussaint or simply enjoys a ride through the French countryside, the Peloton is … Read more

And it’s goodbye from them…

By Newsroom The Capitol building where the inauguration, which Donald Trump the outgoing President shunned, took place – the scene of an attack by Trump supporters two weeks previously. The new Vice president Kamala Harris and her husband The new president Joe Biden and his wife Jill President Biden giving his inauguration address And amongst … Read more

Well here’s another nice mess ou’ve gotten America into

A comedy of errors By Russell Bruce With apologies to Oliver Hardy for borrowing his catch phrase used in 17 films between 1931 and 1951. Hardy was born in Georgia which has been in the news recently in providing Biden with 2 Senators to take control of the Senate following Trump’s endless rants and persecution … Read more

Veterans’ Health and Wellness: A 365-Day Commitment

With the weight of the world on all of our shoulders, Veterans Day seems to have come and gone without the normal level of reverence or fanfare. While social media accounts paid apt, socially distanced tribute, parades and other gatherings were generally cancelled and the seemingly endless news cycle stayed mostly focused on the still … Read more

Trump’s last stand

Graphic includes a reproduction of Battle of Little Bighorn By Russell Bruce Biden wins and republicans go for a replay of Custer’s last stand. Republicans may be downhearted but the scenes of pure joy and relief in Washington, Atlanta, California and New York point to a necessary direction for the US. Big difficulties lie ahead … Read more

How to Deal with the Pressure of Never Having Enough Time (and Why It’s Total BS)

If you’ve read Tim Ferris’ 4-Hour Workweek, you can just jump to the end of this post. For everyone else, I invite you to take a closer look at your relationship with time. Especially those of you who are too busy to spend, oh, I don’t know, 5 or so minutes reading this. Somehow, “I’m … Read more

Johnson and Trump share a world of delusion

Michael Russell on Twitter By Russell Bruce Johnson’s speech to the virtual Tory conference underlined just how far from reality he and his ministers are. He has just about managed to get that Covid 19 is serious but his government’s handling of the pandemic is miles away from any sense of competence. Trump on the … Read more

The perfect storm

Equality Nation put this twitter thread together which we think should be more than fast passing twitter commentary. Tanja Bueltmann is an academic who describes herself as German affinity Scot with a Kiwi twist. This is a Twitter thread by Tanja Bueltmann, Professor of History who holds a Chair in International History at the University … Read more

Ask a Health Coach: Dealing with Overwhelm, Naysayers, and Kid-Friendly Fitness

Thai Massage tutorials and tips. This article was provided by Mark’s Daily Apple, which is the go-to destination to learn how to lead a healthy Primal life in this hectic modern world. I find their posts usually offer some interesting opinions and useful trips and advice Hi, folks. In this week’s edition of Ask a … Read more

“How Do I Reassure My Kids?” and Other COVID-19 Questions Answered

Thai Massage tutorials and tips. This article was provided by Massaqge Therapy. In one of the most collectively shared crises in the last century, novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has drastically and quickly impacted the lives of societies around the world. Blind to age, race, gender, ethnicity, or economic status, coronavirus has turned the lives of many … Read more