101. The Vital Importance of Fitness in Our Lives

 Today, I want to discuss a topic that is often underestimated but holds immense significance in our lives: FITNESS. In the journey of life, we encounter numerous obstacles and challenges that can divert us from our path towards achieving our fitness and health goals. It’s at these crossroads that we should remember Eisenhower’s Urgent/Important Principle.

Eisenhower’s principle is a simple yet profound concept that helps us differentiate between what is important and what is urgent. When it comes to fitness, it’s crucial to recognize that it falls into the category of “important” rather than “urgent.” Urgent matters demand immediate attention, but the truly important aspects of life, like our health, often don’t clamor for our focus until it’s too late.

Fitness is not something that typically screams for our attention on a daily basis. It’s not an urgent matter that you must deal with right now, but it’s undoubtedly one of the most important aspects of a fulfilling and healthy life. By prioritizing fitness, we invest in our long-term well-being, physical and mental health, and overall quality of life.

Remember, we might face countless roadblocks and distractions along our fitness journey, but those are often temporary and insignificant when compared to the long-term benefits of a healthy, active lifestyle. Let’s strive to make fitness a constant presence in our lives, not just when it becomes urgent but because it’s inherently important for our well-being.

I encourage you to join me in prioritizing fitness as an essential component of our lives. Let’s not wait for it to become an urgent matter; let’s acknowledge its importance and make it a consistent part of our daily routines.

Wishing you good health and fitness on your journey,

103. Preparing my trip in Bratislava and how i will stay on track during Xmas Holidays

Holidays & Trips can be a minefield for staying on track. So, here’s my unfiltered, real-deal advice for keeping it together (and still having fun):


Cranberry/Blueberry Energy Balls
Serves 20 energy balls

1 cup (150g) raw almonds

1 cup (130g) dried blueberries/cranberries

1 cup (80g) rolled oats
½ cup (85g) shredded coconut

½ cup (120ml) maple syrup
1 tsp. vanilla extract

pinch of salt

Place all the ingredients into a food processor and blitz until to a

crumb. Place the mixture in the refrigerator for 20 minutes to let
it stiffen up. Then roll the mixture into 20 balls.