Big Life Experiment merges mindfulness, self-development and lifestyle design to provide knowledge, tools and ideas to help you grow into the best version of you and create your ideal life.

The Journey

I’ve been experimenting and opening my mind and body up to different ideas and practices for over 20 years.

There’s been a lot of fucking up and falling down.

A lot of tough conversations and hard truths.

And through consistent inner work, I’ve learnt a lot of lessons, gained valuable insights and figured a few things out.

Finding Your Own Way

I worked in TV for over 15 years and while it was a fun way to make a living, I was still very much part of the rat race.

Working to pay the bills and buy a home, while steadily moving myself up the career ladder.

It was never how I wanted my life to be.

Because I’ve never enjoyed following the rules or living ‘The Prescribed Life’ as I like to call it.

Yet somehow I fell into it.

While I hopped on the treadmill of life like most people and many of my friends, I decided along the way I would start learning and experimenting with different tools, practices and ideas to improve my life.

And as part of that journey I created Big Life Experiment.

So I can share my knowledge, tools and ideas, along with insights I’ve gained from my own journey of inner transformation, to help you improve your life too.

Learn. Question. Play. Be

In order to figure out who you are and how you want to live your best life, it’s important to learn.

To learn different perspectives and different ideas.

To question yourself and everything you’ve been taught.

To play and be curious.

To try things out and experiment.

Because the best way to learn and figure things out is through playing like kids do.

And finally to be still and take a break from all the doing, so you can reconnect with yourself and figure out who you truly are.

So you can become the best version of YOU and start to live the life you really want.

Make Your Own Rules


Because YOU are unique.

And what works for someone else’s life might not work for yours.

It’s your life and you get to make our own rules and live it your way.

And play YOUR OWN game.

Because life is one big experiment.


I spent a lot of my life battling mental health issues, dealing with depression, anxiety and unresolved grief.

Grappling with low self-esteem, low self-confidence and poor self-discipline.

I’ve been lost, confused and misunderstood.

And it was only when I started meditating that these things really started to shift.

Through meditation I’ve become skilled at processing grief, working through depression and anxiety, navigating stressful situations and effectively managing my emotions to cope with a high-pressured career and to save my marriage from divorce.

I’ve done the deep inner work on myself which has allowed me to be with my pain and my challenging thoughts, feelings and emotions.

To be with a mind that was filled with problems and stories that were holding me back from living the life of my dreams.

Holding me back from being true to my self.

From being me.

Meditation helped me to heal some wounds and to create an inner strength that has cultivated self-discipline, self-belief and self-confidence.

It is the foundation from which I have rebuilt and redesigned my life.

And I have no doubt that with time and practice, that meditation can do the same for you!

Self Development

For over a decade I’ve been on a journey of inner transformation which has seen me learn and experiment with different tools and ideas to improve my life.

I’ve invested thousands of hours in self-development from content, books and podcasts to courses, coaching programs and workshops, opening my mind to new ways of thinking and new ways of being.

Which has unlocked the door to a life filled with new possibilities.

Life Design

I like doing things differently.

Trying the unconventional.

Enjoying different experiences.

Living more consciously.

Whether it’s cold showers first thing in the morning, becoming a minimalist or using tech more mindfully.

Because if there’s a chance it will help me grow or improve my life I’ll give it a crack.

And also, because I’m curious and I like to play and experiment.

Because I find it fun to try new things.

It’s not just about constant improvement.

It’s also about enjoying the journey and not just the result.

And honestly, not everything I do makes my life better.

And that’s fine with me.

If it improves my life then great.

If not, I’ve either learned something or enjoyed the experience.

Now you know what I’m about, it’s time to start playing.