I had my MRI scans on Friday morning. In a big van in the hospital car park. Just as husband was saying, "when do you think you'll get the results?" as we were making Sunday dinner, the phone rang. The consultant rheumatologist was on the phone asking if now was a good time. I sat … Continue reading When the consultant rings you on a Sunday evening, your heart sinks.
This is probably the most common motivation tip that people start with for all things health and fitness. I’ve put “find your why” on my to do list many a time. However, can I really truly grasp it? No. Not really. I can think of loads of reasons why I want to be healthier and … Continue reading Find your why
Why have I started to train as a personal trainer?
I’m not even going to write the word as I am sick of hearing it. But I am going to document my thoughts about the “lock-down” so far. School closed last Friday, but it was the Wednesday preceding it that we were all eerily sat round a computer monitor, waiting for the news we were … Continue reading The first week
On the 18th June 2017, it was Fathers' Day. So we went to Wallingford, Oxfordshire as we often did to mooch about and enjoy the day. We'd talked so many times about moving house, somewhere more rural, somewhere that reflected what we both wanted to do, somewhere a bit more "us". Feeling increasingly like we … Continue reading Not sewing for 4 months? What have I been doing? Reaching goals!
Next week is Mental Health Awareness Week. 8th to 14th May 2017. Ironically, this is the same week that 10 and 11 Year olds in England sit their SATs. I feel compelled to get on my soap box about two things related to Mental Health to help people become more aware of it; how SATs affect children … Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Week: Rant 1 – SATs