March 8th, 2020

books

International Women's Day Inspiration :-)

In honour of International Women's Day, I share with you 2 things...




1, This wonderful quote from Glennan Doyle - find her here online

Let's all do the next right thing, one thing at a time!



2. My International Women's Day / Month reading list

The Guilty Feminist is wonderful, if you haven't listened to the podcast, do so now
Deborah Frances White is a legend! Listen to the Guilty Feminist Podcast here :)

I love Caitlin Moran's Stuff, I read "How to be a girl" end of last year, now to read "How to be a women"

Then two books from my favourite newspeople, and I bought "feminists don't wear pink, and other lies" today, because the title made me curious!

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Resolutions Update, February 2020

1. Log my food with the SHYE coach app - Yes! Have been doing this consistently and have been cooking from the "WTF should I eat?" book
2. No Drinking at home, option to have a drink if I am out with others - nope have been drinking at home, but not as much as before, weekends only
3. Exercise each day - run / walk / yoga / physio exercises / 7min Workout - Yes! During ski holiday i did yoga each ady adn want swimming. Since then I have exercised each day - yoga, HIIT, dance, cycling!
4. Blog once a week at least - yes, weekly definitely, but less than January! 10 blogs in February - but a few to catch up on ie LT 2020 and Ski holiday
5. Read 100 books -11 read, 7 behind schedule. Need to get reading!
6. Take the Take the Neil Gaiman MasterclassNeil Gaiman Masterclass - not yet
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Walk on the Wild Side for International Women's Day

It's been a really heavy couple of weeks, at work and home. Today; I fled for the hills with the wild blowing in my hair, to do some thinking, get some me time and generally escape. It was such a beautiful winter's day...There were lots of fellow walkers, but I still found my peace that i needed.

As is always the case, once I was up there walking, my head felt lighter, i could breathe and I drank in the amazing views. The mountains were so close, you could almost touch them!

This quote says it all!


Trees, views, my favourite tree - bliss!
All my photos here