I’ve been looking around on Youtube for good karate content and am listing my favourite finds here for my own and everyone’s benefit. Even if you’ve never practiced a martial art before, they might introduce you to a new hobby, and who knows, maybe even a passion that will last you a lifetime.
Many institutions and individual enthusiasts have started to share culture online, or had already started to do so long before we had even heard of Covid-19. If you’ve had enough Netflix to last you a lifetime and the thought of a jigsaw puzzle makes you cringe, here are a few places you can access from home to open your mind.
What is it that makes nature writing so alluring? Can nature, or even just reading about it, be an antidote to stress? On tree hugging, daffodils and karate.
Fitgirls get a lot of flak. Ordinary jealousy aside, I don’t think this criticism is entirely undeserved. Scroll through a… Read more Why You Should Get the Hell off That Couch (Even if You’re Not a Fitgirl)
Despite making the resolution – sometime last year – to blog more often and make time for writing, it’s fair… Read more I Is Still Alive…
As a female scholar working on Fight Club, the inevitable question one gets during awkward wine receptions is: “So how… Read more Entering Fight Club: On Becoming a Participating Academic
This post is actually a simple test: can I insert photos into posts? Yes I can! But it’s also a… Read more Photo Test