Everybody has a yoga class to get to these days and it seems London has taken to yoga with the same infection as having your morning coffee in a paper cup! With everybody raving about its benefits with the same excitement as their crazy coloured active clothing I thought I would give it a try. … Continue reading 4-Week-Challenge – Yoga
Why they have made dyslexia and dyspraxia such difficult words to spell and read I will never understand! Surely the people who invented these words already know we are struggling in this area! Anyway, in light of dyslexia and dyspraxia awareness week I wanted to share my own light-hearted story, recognise some amazing teachers and … Continue reading Dyslexia and Dyspraxia Awareness Week.
We now live in a world where we are going paperless with our money, cash is no longer a necessity, especially in cities like London. You can buy everything online, by card, phone and now even a watch. Gone are the days where there is a minimum or extra charge for card payment, unless in … Continue reading 4-Week-Challenge – Paying For Everything In Cash
I believe that all of us have had times when we have treated people badly but the shortest lived date I ever went on was a big learning experience for me in this aspect. I was probably only 22 and I met this guy on a night out. I’d love to tell you that I … Continue reading You Can’t Make A Second First Impression
Over the past four weeks I set myself the challenge of cutting down on social media. This might sound quite counterproductive seen as I’ve only recently started my blog and need to promote it, on social media, but my over indulgence on social media was taking hold. I was becoming that really annoying person who … Continue reading 4-Week-Challenge – Cutting Down On Social Media
This is an extremely sensitive subject and one that I have thought long and hard about writing about. I have written this, re-written this, scrapped it and written it again but never the less it keeps coming back to me as a topic that I want to talk about because its so important and we … Continue reading Discussing The Inevitable
I don’t know whether its because I’ve hit the big 30 but regret seems more prominent than ever. Personally I don’t have any actual regrets, but I have found myself recently reminiscing over poor choices in my past wondering what the outcome would have been if I had taken a different path. The answer to … Continue reading Don’t Look Back In Anger
Sometimes a day in the life of you doesn’t go to plan, often several times in a day. I know I’ve had days where I’ve woken up late, broken my mug, forgot my works door pass, received a bad email and then it starts to rain and you haven’t got an umbrella but you do … Continue reading 10 Ways To Help Brush Off A Bad Day
Over the past four weeks I decided to try changing my diet to vegan, much to the amusement of my family and friends. There seems to be a lot of talk about so many diets and people raving about it changing their life. Previously I always assumed that veganism was a dietary choice made by … Continue reading 4-Week-Challenge – Vegan
Can money buy happiness? I would argue not but I think that singular answer is very simplistic. Money alone cannot bring you happiness but even the happiest of individuals can become weighed down by financial woes. Recently this very happy but financially tormented individual has been me. I find every conversation I have turning to … Continue reading Money Matters, Or Does It?