I saw the above posted on Facebook and had to grab a copy, as I need to listen to it. The ‘mean girls’ at work are still exactly that, but I just realised – they are just silly, little girls. I overheard one of them give her date of birth (while loudly calling to get […]Read more "Mean girls"
I lie all the time. All the time. To my family. I say whatever they want to hear. I agree with what they say, I don’t say what would upset/bother them, I make up what they would rather hear. My sister is pregnant (again – her fourth) and my Dad doesn’t even know! My sister mentioned […]Read more "Musings – family lies"
I have been looking forward to this event since booking it, and even before when it was just an idea! I grew up on Roald Dahl and was excited to see (and receive I guess!) the medal. I think I was excited as there were not high expectations for this run: it is as many […]Read more "Roald Dahl Challenge"
I can’t remember where I saw this, but it struck a chord with me so I looked it up. I haven’t been disciplined in any aspect of my life (maybe slightly by not pulling out of my driving lessons when I really wanted to) but I haven’t stuck to the training plans I have picked, […]Read more "Musings – discipline"
Shoes – I decided to tackle these on Sunday night and Adam helped me collect them all in the bedroom. I laid them all out and they just kept coming… I grouped them into types and put them in rows, and counted them and there were 45! 45! That seems like a huge amount! After […]Read more "KonMari: shoes, coats, bags & accessories"
Today was the first working day in 10 years that I have not been paid for. I wrote earlier in the week about what I might get up to but even as I woke I didn’t really have a plan. But I thought I should start with a run to try out my new Garmin […]Read more "Unpaid Leave Day 1: run, KonMari & leaving drinks"
First world problem no.1: (currently open) Tomorrow is my first day of unpaid leave from work (I am taking every other Friday off of work as unpaid to have more time to do… well we shall see!) and I don’t know what to do with myself. I could make the most of the day: go […]Read more "First world problems"