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Hi, I'm Tim Trott. I'm a creative photographer, traveller, astronomer and software engineer with a passion for self-growth and a desire for personal challenge.

This is my website, a place for me to share my experiences, knowledge and photography. I love to help people by writing articles and tutorials about my hobbies that I'm most passionate about. I hope you enjoy reading my articles as much as I enjoy writing them.

 

Latest Posts

Why your Diet does not keep what it Promises
23rd February 2018
We have all tried some fad diet plan at some point in our lives, putting our bodies through a crash calorie diet to lose weight for a wedding, holiday or important date. The truth is that the weight will start creeping back just as fast as the weight loss is unsustainable in the long run.
Good things come to those who wait. Good things come to those who work their asses off and never give up.
Why I May Quit Blogging in 2018
In   Myself
11th December 2017
Believe it or not but 2018 will be my 17th year writing on the internet. In that time I've seen blogs come and go, technology change, new platforms, old platforms, the dot-com boom and bust. I've weathered it all, but is it now time for my dot-com bubble to burst?
Movember 2017
1st November 2017
Every year, for one month, perfectly normal men across the globe, begin obsessively competing to grow the wildest, bushiest facial hair they can muster in 28 days to raise money for charity.
Iceland 2017
22nd September 2017
The very name conjures up an image of a land of imposing ice formations, shining glaciers and arctic temperatures. Sparkling fjords, dramatic volcanic peaks, sheer sea cliffs, sweeping golden beaches and crunchy lava flows make up this amazing land of fire and ice.
Thirty Six
In   Myself
21st August 2017
As another year passes by, it's time to reflect on the past 12 months and look ahead to what the next 12 months may have in store.
10 Things I Learned From Running My First 10K
21st June 2017
On the 18th June 2017, I completed my first formally timed 10k run for the Glasgow Mens 10K, and I was raising money for Cancer Research UK as well. After months of training from the couch to 10k, diet, running plans, running gear, injury and recovery, here's what I learned from the experience.