This blog was written in the throws of one giant migraine, hideous nausea and general grumpiness a few days ago… But, it does have a very valid point. How many of you guys have heard of the C9 Cleanse? And how many of you guys have done it? And completed it? I’m on Day 5 … More Forgive me readers for I have cleansed…
Did you know Beyoncé and I have something in common? No, it’s not the fashion sense, and nope, it’s not amazing dancing (although I have been known to tear up a dancefloor)… … It’s that we’re both running the world… I have no plans to overthrow any nation but I DO plan to run the … More Who #RunTheWorlds? This girl!
And so the wanderer returns! By seeing this you might be tricked into thinking that I’ve been somewhere exciting, exotic or extraordinary when in fact, I just feel off the radar. Truth is? I wandered off the training path and stumbled upon the yellow brick road of strength training after hurting my knee. This meant … More The wonky wanderer returns!
Has anyone ever told you that you’re behaving like a push-up bra, a drama queen or making a mountain out of a mole hill? I’m not usually one for the dramatizing… Well not out loud. In my head is a completely different story. A slightly OCD one at that. So to me, missing a race … More Getting over the Molehill
Back in March, I wrote about being a spectator at the Bath Half Marathon and how it was different being on the other side of the tape. Due to injury, I was yet again a spectator for the Cardiff Half Marathon last weekend (which I was supposed to run) …and lasted about 30minutes. My little sister … More I’m not a good spectator…
Dear Little Sis, It’s slightly formal to write you a letter but I wanted to let you know a few things. So after my Writing 101 blog about Loss, I was challenged by the fabulous blogger Mo Galway to create a happy blog about something awesome in my life. She’s going to do the same. I … More Writing 101: Dear Little Sis
So, I was looking back through the comments I’d left on various awesome blogs & decided to write my post based on Simply Marquessa’s ‘The Day I Died’ short story post. I complimented Marquessa on her ability to create a powerful story and capture the feelings of loss. After doing this, it set me thinking. … More Writing 101 Dealing with a loss
This is my ode to the inspirational quote section of Writing 101 (As an aside, I’ve never walked a tightrope in my life but imagine it would be pretty scary!) “Imagine walking on a tightrope with a stack of books upon your head, ‘It’s a very easy challenge’, you remember someone said. Just keep your head … More Writing 101: An Ode to Stumbling
I am one of life’s wanderers. Other than when I’m at my fabulous job, I tend not to be able to keep still or sit down. Constantly on the move, on the wander, whizzing here, there and everywhere else. I’m jealous of those who have their specific creative writing space. Those who can get into … More Writing 101: Finding My Space
Is everyone else just loving the prompts from Writing101? Embracing them one bit at a time! Picspiration is a really nice one. And the picture I chose was one of my own. It was taken in March in Gran Canaria. It’s the first ever holiday my other half & I have taken. We were under … More Writing 101 #4 Picspiration