We live in a world that is ever changing, one second you are up and the next you are down. There is no telling what is going to happen today, let alone tomorrow – so then what should we do? I think the classic answer would be live each day to the fullest… great in theory but in todays modern world what does that actually mean? honestly i think it means the same no matter what era you are in – to be present/engaged in your life and in each day that you are alive for. This looks different for everyone, for some its those quite moments in the morning where you can meditate and reflect on what you have been given. For others its taking life by the balls and experiencing as much as you can in each day. And then sadly for far too many of us we just coast through week by week simply trying to keep our heads above the water.
In this episode… Matt catches up with with Aden Tranter who is one of the co-founders of Guard My Lease! Aden walks us through what Guard My Lease is and what it was like to get it off the ground. He refers to quite a few websites, so we have listed them below for you to follow along.
You can find Guard My Lease at the following links
In this episode… we have a fun conversation with Nick Trotin from Stallion Barbers. He fills us in on his love for birds, barbering and what it’s like to start his dream job!
In this episode… we give a brief intro to the youngest podcast, where we chat to cool people, doing cool things!
Went to a gig at The Basement in Nambour and didn’t really know what I was in for! Here are the keepers from the night.
This is Frankie.
It’s actually a really confronting question to ask yourself!
‘What story am I telling?’
‘What am I doing with my life?’
‘What difference can I make in the world?’
‘Am I passionate enough to make a stand for something?’
But just because these questions are uncomfortable, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t ask them. Questioning yourself can take you down a very interesting path of self reflection, but I believe it’s a path worth taking.
Below is one of my all time favourite videos of all time. I watched this masterpiece at a very influential age in life and in so many ways, it shaped me to be who I am today.
Eliot Rausch and his team have an incredible gift of capturing a section of someone’s story in the rawest form, as if you were in the room watching and feeling each event as it unfolds before you.
This video is an incredible documentation of ‘Woody’ and the emotions he experiences when having to put down his beloved dog (Oden).
Caution: Your emotions might flow (but that’s no excuse to not watch it. Emotions are good right?!)