There’s not many places after school and University where you can go to learn, grow and find your identity.
I don’t know about you but I’m still evolving, I don’t ever think we stop. Weirdly, some people think this stops as we get older? And, there isn’t many spaces to explore your interests or who you are.
I’m so pleased that a new creative space for women has opened in Southsea – I’m so here for this!
It’s called The Liberty Lounge and, using their words, they’ve opened a ‘mind-gym’. I love this concept and can’t wait to see what they do with the space, how they’ll support women and what classes and workshops they’ll hold.
Take a look at The Liberty Lounge…
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As the seasons transition from Summer to Autumn suddenly the hedgerows become abundant with fruit and berries.
I’ve always wanted to give foraging a go but, I have never known where to start and I wouldn’t want to eat something poisonous! 🌱
Lydford Gorge host the most amazing seasonal workshops and on a trip to Devon I joined the Wild Kitchen experience.
Here’s a look at my day foraging and cooking…
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How do you make the most of the last days of…🌞 S U M M E R 🌞
By satisfying that wanderlust and heading to somewhere you’ve wanted to go for over two years!
Take a look at this beauty spot that’s been on my travel list for a long time…
📍The Blue Pool, Wareham, Dorset
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Month six of my fitness journey is another rollercoaster of a month. Just when I had got back on the wagon, I came down with a bug and was a bit under the weather.
Setbacks be dammed, the motivation is real!
These posts are not preachy, it’s just documenting one girl’s mission to feel happier in herself.
Join me as I share my journey, work outs and motivations in August.
Continue reading “The Fitness Diaries August 2019 – Exercise and illness”
Last month I fell off the wagon in a big way. While month four of my fitness journey was a disaster, the only way was up in July.
Month five of my fitness journey has been very patchy as I try and climb back on the exercise wagon.
For those of you new to my blog, these posts document my journey but are not preachy, it’s just one girl on a mission to feel happier in herself.
Join me as I share my journey, work outs and motivations in July.
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I am so far off the wagon, I can’t even see the wagon! Month four on my fitness journey has been what most would deem as an EPIC FAILURE. Trying to keep all to my commitments while sticking to exercise has not worked in June.
There’s been no Couch to 5k training program, no gym sessions and no weights. This is not good, in fact, it’s worse than that – how could I let this happen?
Like I’ve said before these posts about my journey are not preachy, it’s just one girl on a mission to feel happier in herself.
Join me as I share my journey, work outs and motivations, or lack of them, in June!
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Month three on my fitness journey has been all about balance. Trying to keep all to my commitments while sticking to exercise has been hard.
There’s not enough time in the day to fit everything in. But, rather than give up altogether, I’ve stuck to the Couch to 5k training program, adding in gym sessions with weights when I can.
Like I’ve said before, it’s not preachy, it’s just one girl on a mission to feel happier in herself.
Join me as I share my journey, work outs and motivations as I run my way through May and discover the garden gym!
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This is the second instalment of The Fitness Diaries, documenting the beginning of my journey to shed some chub and get fitter!
It’s not preachy, it’s just one girl on a mission to feel happier in herself.
Join me as I share my journey, work outs and motivations in these fitness updates.
Continue reading “The Fitness Diaries April 2019 – Hard work and routine”
It’s not often you can say the garment or bag you’re wearing is one you’ve hand made yourself.
Henry (the taller, more numerically inclined, better half) very sweetly booked me onto a course at The Makers Guild – a leather workshop which teaches you how to make a satchel.
It was an incredible experience, take a look at the journey from punching holes to stitching the bag together.
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