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About Nathan

A World traveller who has so far experienced 71 countries in this amazing world. https://nathanburgessinsights.com/travel/

Third Check-in: Wealth, Weight and Wellbeing Plan (Feb 2021-Feb 2022)

I’ve now successfully completed the first 15 fortnights (of 26) of this years Wealth, Weight and Wellbeing Plan and I’m still very much on track even if the challenges are increasing. You can find the first check in here (15 … Continue reading

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Second Check-in: Wealth, Weight and Wellbeing Plan (Feb 2021-Feb 2022)

So yesterday as the conclusion of my second block of 5 fortnights or 10 weeks. I was full of optimism and created some additional plans back during the first review period in April some of which I failed to achieve. … Continue reading

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Travel 2022 and Beyond

Back in November I outlined my next likely international trip which would see me exploring Central Asia (Silk Road) and Turkey around May 2022. I put down tour deposits and even managed to get my employer to approve leave for … Continue reading

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First Check-in: Wealth, Weight and Wellbeing Plan (Feb 2021-Feb 2022)

So back in February 2021, as I moved into the third and final year of my original repay the mortgage plan, I expanded it to also cover weight and wellbeing in response to 100+ days of COVID lockdown and negative … Continue reading

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AusOpen 2021 – The Pandemic Edition

So after nearly a year of COVID restrictions, one way or the other, a second big sporting event was being held in Melbourne, the slightly delayed Australian Tennis Open.

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Wealth, Weight and Wellbeing Plan (Feb 2021 to Feb 2022)

With a lot of effort over the last 8 weeks, I have finally gotten rid of the COVID-19 lockdown kilos I gained just in time for my long planned year long Wealth, Weight and Wellbeing Plan which I’m starting today, Thursday 4 … Continue reading

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