Breakfast is important.
Your mom told you that so it must be true.
Breakfast isn’t the most important meal of the day, nor do you have to have it. Wait… that seems counterintuitive.
What’s true is that you need to break your fast every day. The fast occurs without you having to do much, just not eating while you sleep. Breaking that fast can happen at 7am, 12pm, or 8pm.
This article isn’t really about breakfast it’s about oats. I’m going to lay down some compelling reasons why oats should be the first meal of your day. …
When it came down to it, I found losing weight to be rather easy. I’ve said I wanted to lose weight since I was 16. However, I never made much progress, instead, my weight steadily increased as I got older.
I’d tried going to the gym but with little to no guidance I never got anywhere — I didn’t know what I was doing. I tried going on diets, but life at university was full of temptations.
Eventually, I resigned myself to the idea that my metabolism was just bad and I was never going to do it.
I started a brand new Instagram page as a way to promote my new podcast. I didn’t have a pre-existing audience but I was still able to grow my account quickly.
The secret sauce is figuring out what your future audience is currently enjoying and then meeting them there. Your audience already exists and they’re already gathering online, you just need to get yourself in front of them.
My podcast is only available on Spotify because it’s a show with music. This immediately limits my reach for two reasons.
So you don’t know what productivity really is?
That’s okay because I’ve spent a long time not really understanding it myself. Now that I finally have a better sense of what it is I’m 10x more productive than I have ever been.
It would be rude of me to keep these secrets to myself so I’m going to break down productivity and give you some tips for the future.
Productivity is commonly understood as the ability to get more work done. Unfortunately, it is not the actual and appropriate definition.
Productivity, in a true sense, is described by Charles Duhigg…
If you plan on working out, the best time to exercise is when you have enough free time to dedicate yourself to it. For many of us, the best time to work out is in the morning.
Working out in the morning has plenty of benefits so consider this article your push to wake up early and get pumped. The early riser gets to enjoy a variety of benefits offered by nature.
Not so long ago, humans were moving a lot more throughout the entire day. …
Adding music to a podcast used to be impossible. You would need to secure the licensing rights which aren’t cheap. The cost to add music immediately makes it a no-go for all podcasters unless they have incredibly deep pockets.
Things changed at the end of last year and now you can add as much music as you like to your podcast. I’ll talk you through the entire process so by the end of this article you too can have your own radio show.
The issue with rights is a thing of the past. You can have music in your podcast…
If you’re a writer on this platform then you probably spend a lot of time reading about how to make money here.
I know I do.
There are writers who claim to make thousands and they tell me that it’s possible for me to as well. All I need to do is write and publish every single day.
I haven’t got time for that.
This is the anti-write every day article because isn’t not necessary to find success on Medium. This is the 27th article I have released in 13 months.
I know firsthand how much energy goes into losing weight. There’s no right way to do it and there’s so much information on the subject.
How do you know what will work for you? After all, you don’t want to waste time on a method that’s not going to get you the results you want.
There are a lot of fad diets out there that can help you lose a lot of weight, but they don’t deal with the underlying issues of why you gained weight in the first place. …
This is how you never get burnt out again.
Woohoo! You finally start getting some momentum. One of your articles has gone viral. You’ve nailed down a schedule, your writing is getting better, and then tragedy strikes — you’re too tired to do more.
If you find that you’re tired all the time then pushing yourself to create content can make the situation worse. This could be your body telling you it’s time to slow things down.
We all want to be the kind of person that churn out article after article but it’s not always easy in execution. …
Money, sex, power. Rock and roll’s the devils work. Follow me, it’s the 21st century.