If you have seen last week’s post [find it here] you will know that I wrote about living a Hygge life and how my partner and I felt about it. Towards the end of the week we began to conclude…. why not let’s carry on? So here is a list of Hygge things that we did … More Hygge: 3rd – 10th March
According to the Mental Health Society 74% of people in the UK feel stressed or are suffering from exhaustion to the point were they could not cope. I was one of those people. So here is what I did about it.
There are some experiences in life that I just wouldn’t have if it wasn’t for the obscure hobbies of my partner. This weekend happened to be one of them. The other half and I traveled up to Leicester and had a first class fine dining experience on a stunning heritage railway that hosts the Charnwood … More First: Dinner on a steam train
For the past two weeks I’ve had to deal with some pretty difficult shit.
Lately we have been feeling a little bit boring, life seems to be an endless cycle of work- exercise – bed. So this morning Jon bounds out of bed and says, “lets cook breakfast in the garden!” My response, “sure, why not.”
Easter, the holiday that allows us to indulge on interesting shaped chocolate and get our fix, I mean fill of Cadbury mini eggs. It’s a wonderful time of year, the grass is growing, the nights are lighter and the weather is beginning to change for the better. You just can’t help but remember the crafts … More Easter Baking with Jon
On the 20th of May I will be running the Great Manchester Run 10k in aid of The Christie. I’d like to point out that I am in no way prepared for this.
So, it’d be nearly a year since I have even remotely tried to run. I’ve made my excuses and ate everything I could get my hands on. Lately I’ve found myself looking in the mirror and not recognising the person staring back.
So I turned a quarter of a century a week ago and my best friend wrote me a “live by list” for the next twenty five years of my life. Not only do I agree with her list but I also want to actively do something about it. Before I get into that, here is … More The live by list.
It was May when we received the phone call offering us tickets to Wimbledon. It wasn’t a hard decision and once we knew we could have the time off everything was set into motion. We booked the train and paid for the tickets.