Gym freak or gym-ophobe? I used to be very much the latter. I can’t say that I am now a fully-fledged gymaholic who loves working out and follows an intense fitness regime, however I am definitely much better than I used to be.
Let’s start off by me letting you all know that exercise is really not something I enjoy doing. In fact it’s quite far down towards the bottom of my list. So if someone told me that I was about to do the happiest 5k run ever, I’m sure you can guess what I would’ve been telling them to do!
When we visit the theatre, we expect perfection. We expect to be wowed and in awe of a spectacular performance. No room for any hiccoughs or flaws. Last week I saw a play that was anything but.
They say “blood is thicker than water” and whilst this is of course, an actual fact, not everyone seems to fully understand the true meaning behind this frequently-used saying.
There’s nothing quite like a Bank Holiday weekend; a glorious 3 days off to enjoy however you please. Especially when it’s Friday afternoon and your workplace announce an hour earlier finish! Happy days, the weekend can officially begin!!
The sun was shining, the birds were whistling and my tummy was rumbling – what else to do than go to one of your favourite Italian’s for a spot of linner? That’s late lunch, early dinner in my language in case you were unsure.
Ah, Easter. A time of the year loved by many – a chance to celebrate Christianity, eat lots of chocolate-shaped eggs and enjoy a lovely 4 day weekend! Perfect!