I love social media as much as the next person, but I really do notice a difference in my well-being when I put time aside for other hobbies. Judging by a lot of my Christmas presents last year, it seems my family & friends have recognised this effort of mine to ensure I refresh and have some peaceful me-time. I thought I'd do a post showing some of the pastimes I use to switch-off from everyday life and the hustle & bustle of London which can often become overwhelming. A lot of my offline time goes towards my fitness routine, but I wanted to keep this post focused on things that can be done sitting and chilling at home.
Sunday, January 15
Sunday, December 25
IT'S CHRISTMAAAS! *cue annoyingly overplayed song* ...but in all seriousness, I hope you're all having a lovely day however you're choosing to spend it. As much as I'm grateful for gifts received and how much I love a good snoop at what others got, I feel the best gift of all is getting to relax with loved ones and having time off work (because, old). Consider my brain truly switched off... and it feels great! If you've been reading my blog from the start (thank you!) you would have noticed the obvious: my blogging schedule has been somewhat pants this year. I don't typically reflect on things too much at the end of each year, but have found myself to be doing so this time round.
Wednesday, December 14
Hi lovelies! I wanted to start this post off with saying a huge thank you to the comments I received underneath my previous post, it was so nice to have open arms and a warm welcome back into the blogosphere! As you can see, my usual blogging routine is yet to get back in full swing, but I can finally share with you the current madness that is my life. For some bizarre reason, I thought the lead up to Christmas wasn't chaotic enough, so I decided to move house and get a new job at the same time. *insert weary emoji here*. This unfortunately has led to my festive plans, both online and offline, being shunned aside, but it will all be worth it in the end, right?! (that's what I keep telling myself anyway)...