It’s late, you’re tired, work was tough and you can’t ignore that looming uni deadline. The last thing you want to do is type 2000 words on English literature or whatever you are studying… We all have bad days. When it affects your study schedule there can be a knock on effect to your grades and,… Continue reading Ways to BOOST Motivation after a bad day
Happy #NationalWalkingMonth! A while back I set myself the challenge of walking more. Last week I finally conjured up the motivation to start. I decided to do the recommended 10,000 steps per day for a week to see how I would feel. I walked to work, went for a quick stroll at lunch and then… Continue reading A Week of Walking 10,000 Steps Per Day
Life can be harsh. My friends and I are currently grieving the loss of a very special friend. However, this post is not about that. This post is about an experience I had at work last week. It made me think about how people can detach their consideration for other people when speaking to a… Continue reading Why you should THINK before you SPEAK… or scream.
I have been in a particularly good mood this weekend, possibly because the sun has been shining and I have been really productive! Friday evening was nice and chilled, I bought some cheeses, pork pie and crackers to have a ‘bits & bobs’ dinner and settled down to watch Pretty Woman for the first time.… Continue reading My Weekend [with photos!]
I’ve been trying to make sense of organisation this week. I am frequently late, lose my keys often and always forget plans if I don’t write them down. Here are ten ways that I’m going to try to organise my life better… 1. Have a place for everything 2. De-clutter 3. Get things ready the… Continue reading 10 ways to be more organised
Life has been a bit hectic in 2016, to say the least. I’ve moved twice, lost friends, lost touch with family, been through break up, been in and out of the doctors and grieved. There’s times where I’ve stopped and thought, am I cursed? Is the whole world against me? Why do I deserve this?… Continue reading Making Sense Of Life
These days it is so expensive to rely on (usually unreliable) public transport, and even if you do drive, that can cost a great deal too. I’ve been trying to think of ways to get around this – I live a little too far to walk (50 minutes walking + bad timekeeping skills = late… Continue reading Reasons to start cycling to work