Hello And a big thank you for the thoughtful comments on my last post, which looked at climate change. I think it’s critically important that we don’t get too depressed about the situation. While there are huge issues to tackle (constant growth, transport including the car and flights, the use
Hello everyone I wonder if that title put you off? Actually, I just want to be absolutely honest with you about i) the challenge and then ii) the benefits of exercise. The challenge There are so many reasons why we don’t exercise enough: we don’t feel like it today; we
Hello everyone I’ve been away for 4 days taking a short break. It was great. We had glorious weather and for two of those days we stayed in Cedar Falls Health Farm in Somerset. I’ve been going to Cedar Falls for years having spotted it whilst driving past one time,
Hello everyone I thought I’d give you some snippets about this and that and items that have interested me these past few days. My eye is nearly back to normal. Here I am once again in the gym getting ready for Pilates. Yup, I’ve got a hole in my tights!
See the title? I could also be saying, who am I? Wow – that’s a big question, but I’m feeling somewhat discombobulated (I love that word) at the moment. We’ve just returned to our flat, after a week away. But not quite. Our bathroom is a plaster shell and we
Hey, I went to Pride last Saturday and stood in the heat and watched the Parade. The above pic was taken during the week on a quiet day in a back street, therefore, no crowds unlike Saturday. But, so proud of Pride and Brighton – it’s why I moved to
This post is written to encourage all of you who’ve been thinking about taking up some exercise but are still at that thinking stage – I’ve been there and done that! It’s also written to show you that we’re all human and that often we dither and are unsure about what’s
This blog has always been more than just the charity shop shopping and the clothes I wear. It’s also about women and ageing, and how we can age well and all the positive things we can do to be healthy and (yes, I like this word) comfortable as we age.
As you know, I’ve hinted a few times that I’m not particularly on top form these days. That’s partly due to a virus I had, and partly to not taking a fitness class – for months – and walking really wasn’t sufficient. Because OK, I may look stylish and slim,
I’m awfully unfit. This is partly due to the stubbed toe. Twice I careered into furniture I wasn’t expecting to be in the place they were, which is such a stupid thing to do, but, as the nurse at the Minor Injuries Unit said, is something we all do at