30 days, 10 songs: Days 2 & 3

Well, it's day 4 today but I thought I'd summarise days 2 and 3 of my songwriting challenge today. I was supposed to do this yesterday but I'd spent most of the day staring at the screen and the health implications didn't warrant getting this done. Before I begin the summary, it's day 4 today... Continue Reading →

30 days, 10 songs: Day 1

July 1st. It's here. The song writing challenge I dreamt up about 4 days ago has officially started and its the end of day 1. I plan on doing daily entries on the blog throughout this entire month to keep you all up to date with how its going. Plus it means I can be... Continue Reading →

Rad breakfasts.

Big stacks! It is going to take some getting used, opening a blank WordPress entry and writing whatever comes to mind. I actually really dig the new WordPress layout so shout out to them for the update. I'm not sure when they did this update as it's been so long since I was writing regularly... Continue Reading →

A rollercoaster of emotion.

3 weeks without her and I was an absolute mess. I was sick for the first time in 5+ years, my anxiety shot through the roof, I spent a lot of moments thinking I was having a heart attack due to pain in my chest which, the moment she returned went away. Physical symptoms of... Continue Reading →

Caffeine free.

This is absurd to be writing a post about this but for me, and a lot of people, this is a big deal. For the past 8 days I have had no coffee and therefore no caffeine. And, well, I feel amazing. I feel incredibly energetic, I no longer get an afternoon 'crash' and I... Continue Reading →

Heat maps.

It's been a minute but I'm still here. I'm still running, swimming, yoga-ing, teaching, living life, planning, trying to better myself everyday. The one thing I've been slacking on - writing. I'm sorry for the big delay between this post and the last, I promise I'll make it up to ya some how... So, where... Continue Reading →

Seasonal Affective.

I try my best with the seasons. I really do. Typically, I tend to find that the apprehension of the colder and darker seasons arriving is worse than going through them in real time. As winter approaches, here in the UK, the light comes later and fades earlier, it's colder and it typically feels more... Continue Reading →

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