Colour by Numbers: Shades of sporting success

'The World Cup is a very complicated tournament - six games, seven if you make it to the final - and maybe if you lose one game you're out, even if you're the best' - Pele  Football. Whether you love it or hate it it’s been hard to avoid this summer and although I would … Continue reading Colour by Numbers: Shades of sporting success

Reasons why your car hates you

'There is a stigma in our sport that men are the better drivers. People think that, because the men compete in two-man and four-man, they are more versatile and that the women aren't great drivers’ - Elana MeyersI think if I were to write a list of things I love to do in order of … Continue reading Reasons why your car hates you

Starting your own business? Read this first…

  'The entrepreneur always searches for change, responds to it, and exploits it as an opportunity' - Peter Drucker I've written before about how much I admire people who don't just sit around talking about changing the world; they go out and do it (like my friend Gemma launching her own clothing line). So when … Continue reading Starting your own business? Read this first…

5 top tips for travelling with work

‘In some ways I like traveling, in other ways I'm sort of fed up by the whole notion’ - Joe Sacco I’ve always imagined that anyone who gets to travel for work must lead an incredibly glamorous lifestyle; and I always loved the hustle and bustle of train stations and airports, full of people going … Continue reading 5 top tips for travelling with work

3 Nights in Bangkok

'I can't get to the bottom of Bangkok, and I never will' - Lawrence Osborne When it comes to holidays, a twin centre type deal isn’t always my favourite concept. We got it horribly wrong when we went to Cuba in 2011 where we did the beach aspect first and by the time 3 nights … Continue reading 3 Nights in Bangkok

Growing up in the Army

‘You find that a lot of stage actors are Army or Navy brats, because they have the ability to make a big impression, make friends, and then leave just a few months later’ - John Michael Higgins I’ve asked around a lot of my friends and we’ve all come to the conclusion that it’s a … Continue reading Growing up in the Army