My birthday is coming up soon, and I was asked; what do you wish for your birthday? This is a hard question, because generally I don’t want many physical things in life. But after a lot of thinking, I realised that I recently have enjoyed reading a book before falling asleep. For some reason, I have never enjoyed reading fictional books. The few books that I have enjoyed reading have been history books, autobiographies or technical books.
In part 2 of this series we walked through the thought process around your digital ID. Once that’s established, you need to protect the keys and other secrets attached to this identity, such as passwords and cryptographic keys. In this blog post I will write about my own personal approach to this with some recommendations. Continue reading “Securing your digital home – part 3: keys and other secrets”
In part 1 of this new blog post series, I explained what one’s “digital home” is and why one might want to secure it. In this blog post, we’ll start with the foundation of a secure life — identity. Continue reading “Securing your digital home – part 2: identity”
Your own digital privacy and security is incredibly important these days. So many aspects of our day-to-day life rely on digital services. I don’t think you would ever leave the door unlocked to your home while you’re away, leave you bedroom window blinds open while you’re sleeping or broadcast your private conversations over speakers on the street outside. Nevertheless, this is metaphorically what’s happening to most people’s digital homes when appropriate care is not taken. In this blog post series we will cover things you can do to better protect your digital home. Continue reading “Securing your digital home – part 1: overview”
There are many people, experiences and events around us who shapes us into who we are, and what we will become. Important for me has been both my lovely parents, my sisters and relatives. I love you all for who you are and for everything we’ve shared together. You’re all part of what makes me. Continue reading “What made me who I am today?”
I’ve recently had a few friends interested in why I mostly eat plants, and how and where one would start a similar journey. First of all, everyone’s journey is different and therefore it’s impossible to give a definitive guide on how to go about such an adventure. That said, I thought I’d share some (hopefully) interesting thoughts and resources that helped me along the way. Continue reading “What’s a plant-based lifestyle? And where do you start?”
As I wrote while getting back into racing, fitness is lost a lot quicker than it’s gained. And as much as I love exploring a city by running that’s unfortunately not enough when trying to maintain a competitive level of fitness. So what can you do while travelling for work or conferences? Here are a few tips that I’ve gathered from my own personal experience.
Continue reading “Tips for not losing fitness while travelling”
I love experiencing countries, cities and other places on our lovely planet. There’s so much to see and experience, and often too little time for it all. And if you’re travelling because of work then there’s usually even less of that precious time.
Continue reading “Exploring a city, by running”
I thought it’d be a good way to start this blog to explain why certain things are important to me, and why I do them. In this post I’ll talk about something that’s a much more recent passion to me, something I’m still exploring and learning a lot about.
Nutrition is vital to all beings, to every body’s life and function. Obviously. But how food or nutrition is produced and consumed is also hugely important to the planet we live on. There are environmental impacts to almost every choice we make in life.