If variety is the spice of life, and new things are challenging, well then Daygame is the gift that keeps on giving. If there’s one thing on this planet which is determined to turn you into a Stoic then that is Daygame. That or those who succeed at Daygame were the Stoics all along. By … Continue reading Stoic Daygame
This post is based off of a two hour phone conversation I had yesterday with a friend. The joys of working from home! I have to go back to the office in October and so I’ll soon get an opportunity to write another post entitled “how to maximise your skiving off at work.”Until then, I … Continue reading Bait and Switch?
Today’s post is back with the Time Rich, Cash Poor series. Here are the links for parts one, two and three. Today’s post is specifically about budgeting and you could also call this one “how to be a stingy c*nt.” I will get around to adding a fifth part to this series at some point … Continue reading Cash Poor: Can I Afford to Quit My 9-5?
I had an idea recently to go out to nearly every Daygamer I knew and to ask them this question: “What are the three most important things you need to become a good Daygamer?” Today I’m going to relay back to you what they said. I thought that this question was interesting because you only … Continue reading The Three Most Important Things You Need to Become a Good Daygamer
One of my favourite posts on this blog was from late last year on dopamine; you can find it here. I found it hard but rewarding to summarise that book but was very happy with the results and felt that I should write it because the information is very salient for Daygamers. Today I’d like … Continue reading Slaves to Dopamine
Today’s guest post is from a German, London-based Daygamer called Kaiser. He kindly offered to do a review of his recent trip to Warsaw, where he did exceptionally well! If you would like to write a guest post then send me a message using the contact form here to get started. Background After having killed … Continue reading Guest Post: Kaiser’s Warsaw Review
I thought I’d put together a separate post on the comments and conversations I’ve had in the past few days from this post. Obviously I’m not any kind of certified health practitioner and what I say here is just what I think currently. I’m also not a personal trainer and don’t do health/fitness/nutrition coaching. I’m … Continue reading Maingaining and Workout Questions
I’ve got sausages in the oven and I need to get a post out, so I’ve set myself a ten minute timer to bang this one out. The only condition is to hit my minimum 400 words. “Spammers actually have the worst AA” is something I’ve been telling my coaching clients a lot recently. It … Continue reading Spammers Have The Worst AA
I finished my diet about a month and a half ago now and have been “maingaining” ever since: eating at maintenance calories and slowly getting bigger and stronger. Today I want to go over how it’s gone. My Rationale A good place to start would be why I don’t want to bulk and cut, or … Continue reading My Plan For Maingaining
I’ve never done one of these before so thought I would give it a shot and do a rundown of a recent session. This should give you some insight into how I go about my sessions, and a little taste of Daygame in London. Mind you, some things here you may consider me overthinking it; … Continue reading Daygame in London: Field Report