While not everyone loves the idea of 'new years resolutions', I doubt a lot of people would disagree that important to have goals. For each person, these are completely different, and can be set at any time of year, not just January. I personally quite like new years resolutions (though I think 'goals', 'aspirations' or 'achievements' are more suitable words). I think the start of a new year is a great time to gain some perspective on life. You get a bit of time off with work, spend it with loved ones, and have some time to evaluate what you want out of life and the year ahead.
Tuesday, 16 January 2018
Thursday, 19 October 2017
Earlier this summer, my dad and I took our first daddy-daughter weekend trip up to Arisaig for a spot of kayaking! After a scenic road trip on Friday night, we were unfortunate to encounter unsuitable kayaking-weather on Saturday. Paddling adventures put on hold, we instead explored the breathtaking Silver Sands of Morar and had a small hill climb, before finding a camping spot near the water in hope of better weather on Sunday.
Monday, 25 September 2017
One of my training walks before I headed to Spain for Los Tres Picos, was heading up Ben Lomond, one of the most well-known and well-trekked Munros, situated in the West of Scotland. I tackled Ben Lomond with my Auntie Tricia, who was my companion for Los Tres Picos, and my Uncle Martin. This was, however, my second attempt at this mountain.
Thursday, 24 August 2017
This summer, my old school friends and I figured we'd mix it up a little and instead of our usual barbecue, night out or pizza nights, we'd take an exciting trip and walk the Lairig Ghru.
Tuesday, 11 July 2017
A few weeks ago, I finally embarked on the trip I have been jabbering on about all year: an absolutely incredible 3 day trek up 3 of Spain's highest mountains! All in aid of the EY Foundation, the trek was both mentally and physically testing, but equally rewarding and all for such a great cause.
Tuesday, 30 May 2017
Every summer, the Wormit Boat Club host their annual Open Day - which, when we were younger, always marks the start of summer! So this year I headed back to my hometown with one of my oldest friends, Sophie, for a reminiscent afternoon!
Tuesday, 16 May 2017
When I learned I was going caving for one of the activities on the Forest of Dean #DeanWyeBloggers weekend, I was excited to be doing something new yet, wasn't entirely sure what to expect. What the heck IS caving?!
Turns out caving is quite literally clambering around in, and exploring, natural age-old caves 200m below the surface. These caves are all over the Forest of Dean, hidden beneath the forest floor. Though they are naturally occurring, they were used for years as mining caves as they hold iron ore. We were taken on a tour of these beautiful wonders by Jonathan at Clearwell Caves.