My journey to reach my goal: Help 2 billion people.

Do I have a sugar intolerance?

Well, probably not. But a sugar-related incident did change the way I think about my relation with sugar. As far as I know I don't have any allergies and I don't know any foods that make me feel bad. Apart from an occasional hangover and stomach cramps after drinking too much alcohol. But I don't think that counts as intolerance…

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Intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting
"Although I'm not religious, I like the spiritual part of fasting." Photo by Joshua Earle on Unsplash

This year I read and heard about (intermittent) fasting for your health multiple times. The message mostly came from charismatic people working on their own health, but also from doctors and researchers. It wasn't completely new, as I saw a film about it on the BBC. Looking back that was in 2012 already. Wow, way longer than I thought. Anyway,…

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My priorities

My priorities
Photo by Trent Erwin on Unsplash

When starting the newsletter for this blog, I set myself a goal: write at least one post each week. I have three reasons for doing this, which I will explore in a minute. But already in the fourth week, I failed. I still stand by my initial three reasons, but I have to put this blog into perspective: It's not…

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What I learned this year

What I learned this year
Some study material

Do something for the first time It's perfectly normal to learn new things, we are even being encouraged (forced even) to go to school. Until we grow up. As soon as you graduate from whatever education you had, you have to stay in that very specific field you studied. Or is that just me? I often get the question from…

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Please teach me

Please teach me
Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash

Why are people so reluctant to explain stuff? Originally posted on my Medium page on April 28, 2018. In the current economy you have to keep learning to keep up. At least that is what everybody is telling one another. I agree, but I think it’s not the complete story. People should always be learning, not only in “these times”. It doesn't matter…

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