Well hello there… Again. I’ve been MIA for a few weeks now. I was loving blogging again, writing and posting regularly. And then, as it tends to do, life got in the way. A lot was going on for 6/7 weeks and it completely threw me out of my routine. But, like I always do… Continue reading HELLO… AGAIN!
The older I get, and the more into health and fitness I get, I’ve realised some really toxic behaviour that I feel we need to leave in the last decade. Maybe it’s the people I follow, or did… I’m getting good at unfollowing people who I find are negative, or affect me in any undesirable… Continue reading LET’S STOP DIET SHAMING
This post is looong overdue so, apologies! Well well well… We all knew it wouldn’t be long before I started writing about books again. This was a post I had to think about for a while and luckily, my friend had a great idea, thanks Beth! I wanted to write about my top Summer reads… Continue reading BOOKS OF THE SUMMER
These past few weeks have highlighted how valuable weekends are. As a student with weekdays off, the weekends didn’t phase me much. But now, as a full time teacher, my weekends are so important. I’m trying to make a conscious effort to spend my weekends well. While duvet days are sometimes a necessity, I do… Continue reading #SUNDAYWELLSPENT – OCTOBER
Buongiorno! Ciao! I have recently returned from a trip to Rome, Italy. A city I discovered, and fell in love with, in 2016. It’s somewhere I had always wanted to visit (I mean, who didn’t after watching the Lizzie McGuire Movie?!) In 2016, I realised it was even more than I ever could have imagined.… Continue reading I LEFT MY HEART IN ROME (AGAIN)!
July of this year saw me having an incredible two weeks in Orlando, Florida with Ian. This trip had been a long time coming. I had been to Orlando twice previously, once in 2003 and once in 2007, and for our (almost) six-year relationship, I had been bugging Ian about going together. When we booked,… Continue reading A FORTNIGHT IN THE SUNSHINE STATE
If this post makes it online, it means one very important thing: I have survived my first term as a primary school teacher. That certainly calls for celebration. These past 8 weeks I have experienced so many different emotions but most importantly, I’m happy and love my job… Even if I am shattered. I’ve felt… Continue reading TERM 1 – COMPLETE.