by Daniel February 2nd, 2017   This year will see the 51st playing of the Super Bowl and it’s set to be one of the most thrilling games in the history of the competition. The game will take place at the NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas and this will beContinue Reading

First let me say how encouraged and overwhelmed I am by all the support from all of you good people. Thank you, thank you!! Because of the outpouring of support it made me even more resolute. I have to say it really helps baring your soul to your friends, IContinue Reading

    by Daniel    2nd January, 2017 What an end to the 2016 tennis season, with Andy Murray becoming the new world number one and winning the ATP Tour Finals in London. Both the men’s and women’s tour rankings saw a change from the start of the year, asContinue Reading

In this tutorial we will be making pour over coffee using the Coffesto Pour Over. The Coffesto in an inexpensive stainless steel pour over brewer that does not require a paper filter. Although we will be using the Coffesto, the principles in this tutorial can be applied to other pourContinue Reading

Everyone has years where stress and frenzy can seem the norm. Don’t let it knock on the front door, kick it out, relax and rekindle some flames.   Take a few baby steps this year and make this season about reconnecting with loved ones. To take a less stressful approachContinue Reading

In 2008 and 2012, Usain Bolt became the first man in Olympic history to complete the 100m and 200m double.  By winning the gold medal in both races at Beijing and then London, the Jamaican sprinter ensured his name would be etched, as the greatest sprint runner of our time.Continue Reading

  Triathlon is seen as the ultimate in endurance events, combining three different disciplines, in one continuous race.  There are different variations of the sport but the most common, and the style which will be featuring at the 2016 Olympic Games, includes swimming, cycling and running.   Each discipline isContinue Reading

  There was a time when fishing was considered a job. Is it not the case today? It is. But there are many people on the river bank who are fishing not to earn their living but rather to enjoy the experience. And they do it occasionally. There can beContinue Reading