Hiking has given me a new lease of life #hiking

I’ve been on a bit of a high lately as I’ve found something that I really love doing – hiking. I already wrote a post about my 26 mile hike in July. I explained a little bit about how and why I started doing it. I wanted to talk a little more about HOW I Read More →

Another year older and feeling a bit blah

I’m feeling a little blah today. This week has felt rather hard work. Too many ups and downs. Firstly, I had a meeting planned for Tuesday with a prospective client. But he cancelled last minute and told he he’d found someone else. Then it was my birthday yesterday and, as is often the case – Read More →

Guest post from Katie at Journey to Hope

Hi everyone, I am delighted to be able to guest blog today! I myself have had a very long and hard struggle with mental health. Starting with self harm and anorexia resulting in three inpatient admissions and then being diagnosed with bipolar disorder resulting in a further three admissions. I understand how hard and lonely Read More →

5 Tips to using a squat rack

This is a collaborative post Health and fitness experts recommend squatting as one of the overall health exercises one should do on a regular basis. A squat rack is, therefore, one of the gym essentials. Squatting will help in toning the thigh muscles. It also strengthens the back muscles and the hamstring. A squat rack Read More →

I’m hiking 26 miles for MacMillan Cancer Support

This is honestly not something that I thought I would do. While I have always enjoyed walks while I’ve been out there, I have to say I’ve always preferred to be tucked up at home – usually in front of the TV. However, after reading a book by Cheryl Strayed called “Wild – a Journey Read More →

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