Sometimes we just need time to breathe. In the latest post, Kirsty talks about managing stress and a heavy workload.
Life, at the moment, seems hectic for everyone I speak to. Whether it’s because you’re a single socialite with plenty to do and people to see or you’re a full time mummy who keeps forgetting which days to take your kids to the dentist, we all have stressful activities which are filling our days, leaving us little or no time for ourselves.
I’m attempting the ‘yes lifestyle’. It’s where I say yes as often as I can to new and exciting experiences where before I would have said no out of fear. So, as a bid to get me out of the flat for an evening and socialise with new people, each Tuesday the Mansion Lions Hotel [...]
I said to my friend that I felt like I was living in an emotional limbo of late. It’s the equilibrium of this new chapter which I’m learning to accept but feeling that unwillingness to dive in and move forward with it.
I’ve had a shit week. One of those life changing, new chapter starting weeks which felt like a step backwards in terms of life progression. I’ll stop being facetious and tell you that in the last week the guy I’d been seeing split up with me. It hurt. A lot. As in, heart sinking into [...]
This week we talk about cars, work, and of course, fashion, read on for the latest update from TheRoamBlogger.
Let’s be honest, no one likes returning to reality after a memorable holiday, where you’ve eaten and drunk like kings and queens, explored new and interesting places, and expanded your cultural horizons.
Sometimes it can feel as if our lives are on a set route, a track of destiny if you will, and it can be hard to see a change in circumstance, without fantasising about unreasonable and unlikely change.
Life wouldn’t be life if there weren’t any ups and downs. No matter how much we plan and save we can never cover all eventualities.
This week I have been learning about the Sombali language, a regional dialect spoken in the Philippines which uses compass directions (North, South, East and West) to orient themselves.