How often do you reflect on your life, where you have been, and where you are going? We like to set ourselves goals, but then feel like a failure when we don’t achieve or stick to them. Have you ever asked yourself why you didn’t achieve something you’ve always wanted to do? From a dream… Continue reading What do you see when you look in the mirror?
Running isn’t always easy. Finding the time to get out there, with a group or by yourself, is hard. But once you get out there, you break through the clumsiness, and you find your rhythm. With the wind flowing through my hair, the beats, and the road beneath my feet, it’s just me and the… Continue reading This is why I run
Toddler-friendly walks in South Cornwall
It’s a quick post this evening, as I’m meant to be in a virtual college lesson, but I wanted to share a little rite of passage from this evening… My first baby has just lost her first tooth! I apologise now to anyone who finds this boring or unimportant but it’s a huge thing for… Continue reading Did you ever dream you swallowed a tooth?
This isn’t the first time we’ve been here, but as the girls totally loved their ‘grand day out’ (which was meant to be Brighton, but that’s another story), I felt compelled to share this little gem for anyone looking for a spontaneous free* day out. Situated just outside of Northampton, Brixworth Country Park is free… Continue reading Days out with kids: Brixworth Country Park, Northampton
We visited the MK Museum for A Victorian Family Christmas at the beginning of December, and were pleasantly surprised at the vast amount of artefacts, displays and historical re-enactments available for the whole family. A ticket into the museum grants you repeated access for 12 months from the date of purchase. Stepping back in time… Continue reading Days out with kids: Milton Keynes Museum Review
Having children changes you. One minute you’re a person, with your own identity, a job – which you either love or hate – and a life you take for granted as your own. The next minute (well, nine months later, obviously) you’re a mum. People lavish you with attention, everything is new and fun and… Continue reading Has becoming a parent changed you?