The joy of: Saying ‘Fuck it’, acting like a little shit and the rush of blood to the head. (& The Philosophy of Jamie T’s Sticks n’ Stones)

Life can be a shit ton when you don’t overthink it, and just sometimes say fuck it, and whatever you’re nervous to say to someone you care about, whatever you’re scared of doing or whatever you’re worrying you’ll regret if you don’t or do it. Like a kid, or a …

What are you scared of? Why?

I’m in California or Mexico right now (probably), so for a few weeks, this is a collection of all my favourite questions I’ve thought of in the last year and bit since I started this blog. You have the answers to everything you want to know (about the world or about yourself) inside of …

Approaching new people hoping to make a connection or friendship (or maybe even more) and what’s Monty Python got to do with it (inspired by my mate Matt.)

If you’re afraid to approach someone you want to talk to, meet, are interested in, or want to make a connection with, well, you don’t have that right now. So what’s the risk? You currently don’t have a friendship, relationship, their phone number or a connection to them, so if …

A Deep Dive into Fear [pt.12] – The Fear of awkwardness/starting a conversation (& the potential benefit/risk of trying to make a connection with someone new)

This is a deep dive into the emotion that possibly decides more things in our life (or our whole life?): Fear. ——- Are you ever in a situation where you want to approach someone and talk to them, but then chicken out because…. well… why exactly? Our fear of approaching people …

Are you playing musical chairs?

(This analogy I think I got from The Secret Life of Us) Finding someone before your looks go, before a lot of people have already paired up, before you go bald, before it’s too late to have kids is like musical chairs (with often as disastrous results as the one …