Tim Wotton, a Cystic Fibrosis sufferer, has been defying the odds for over 40 years and is sharing his life lessons and experiences. After counting down to the massive 40 milestone in 2011, he is now regularly sharing his trials and tribulations via this blog and his forthcoming book…
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There are certain times battling cystic fibrosis (CF) when I need to wave the white flag and strategically surrender for a while to re-group and come back fighting. There are different layers of suffering and corresponding medication with CF. Outside of … Continue reading →
In life actions often speak louder than words. This is especially true when applied to the sport of boxing as David Haye discovered when he came up against the man mountain Wladimir Klitschko last week. This fight got me thinking … Continue reading →
People often refer to an ‘event’ or ‘moment’ that changes their lives forever. Mine came after a frightening sport experience a decade ago. How did I feel when I thought my time was up? On getting a reprieve in life, what have … Continue reading →