Most people will think that a five day trip on skis pulling a pulk with all your belongings is a huge physical challenge. And it is. But more important than getting a good workout is the mental aspect of it. Obviously it requires the capacity to motivate yourself to keep going when the going gets tough. This is purely will power. But the mental game is the navigation.
The summer holiday was so promising. After some fun weeks of snowboarding from Mt. Elbrus, skydiving and wind tunnel flying in Voss, and doing some nice peaks in Jotunheimen I […]
The air pushes my body, everything is upside down. We’re spinning around. It is so fast that I can hardly make out anything apart from the face of the […]
Yup, there is no point in trying to deny it. After being married for some years, especially after having kids, a marriage very often needs some TLC. The pink clouds […]
The phone rings, I am trying to reply to one of todays x number of emails, and simultaneously finish the quarterly accounting for my company. Print outs fight for space […]
This picture is from a trip to Angel Falls, Venezuela, where I jumped off this 1000m waterfall together with Ana Dao and Livia Dickie after hiking through the jungle for […]
The sand between my toes has been exchanged with thick wool socks. The warming rays of the sun with equally warm wool jumpers. And everyday life has slowly started to […]