Our minds are wonderful weird places aren't they? I'm sure I'm not alone when I tell you I'm a huge over thinker. It's something I'm very aware of and most of the time I can keep in check. However, I know I'm particularly prone to over thinking when I'm over tired. I read somewhere that… Continue reading Over thinking…is it a bad thing?
I was going to apologise in advance for this post being a bit preachy then I thought, nah stuff it, actually this is pretty important. We're talking about the future of our children and the planet, it's OK to be a bit preachy. Tomorrow is World Environment Day. I wasn't really aware of it before… Continue reading World Environment Day
It's a saying you hear all the time isn't it? It takes a village to raise children. The thing is...do you need a village? I don't mean 'Do YOU need a village?' Uncle Sam style with pointed finger. It's more of a rhetorical 'Do you need a village to raise a family?'. Back in the… Continue reading Do you need a village to raise children?
We're half way through May which means I've reached the half way point for Miles for Mind. I challenged myself to run 75 miles across May in order to raise awareness around mental health and well being. I'll be honest, it's been a bit more of a bumpy ride to get here than I'd anticipated.… Continue reading Miles for Mind Update
I always think there's something special about personalised jewellery. I mean how amazing is it knowing that someone has picked something out especially for you? It brings on that warm and fuzzy feeling which comes with knowing someone has put real thought and effort into getting you a gift. So when Sincerely Silver Co contacted… Continue reading Personalised gifts with Sincerely Silver Co
I've a quick question, have you ever used a mantra when you've been running or doing any exercise where you've got to push yourself? If you pick a running magazine at the moment you're likely to come across an article extolling the virtues of having a mantra. Or that's how it feels to me. It… Continue reading Running mantras…yey or nay?