After 8 months away I went to Portugal to visit my family and the homeland.
Coping with the lockdown hasn't been as easy as I thought. When it all started I had set myself goals and I must say I was achieving them. Until I didn't. It has been quite a bit of a roller coaster being locked inside. Expect for the lack of excitement. The ups and downs have been very real and hard to deal with too.
This week I wanted to share with you some of my favourite breakfasts. I've outlined below what my week of breakfasts can look like. Although, it is always changing for me. I go from eating the same thing every day to changing my breakfast on a daily basis too. If I'm loving a particular food I'll eat it loads, but sometimes all I want is a bit of variety. Usually, I go for a healthier, easier but filling option during the week, anything that doesn't involve cooking and I can eat on the go (pre-lockdown). During the weekends, I tend to have cooked breakfasts, eggs or pancakes are my go-to options.
Lockdown is very much still here, which unfortunately means the Early May Bank Holiday weekend will be spent at home. Usually, for a bank holiday, I would be now writing my detailed itinerary for a sunny weekend away. But with being on lockdown and unable to leave my house for more than the daily exercise walk I thought I would share with you my stay-at-home-cation itinerary for some inspiration.
Hi everyone! How are you all doing during the lockdown? Today I thought I would share a post answering some questions I had and get a lot when I take people climbing for the first time. Before the lockdown, I noticed that lots of people trying out indoor climbing for the first time and its…
During these crazy times it may seem impossible to push through and keep going. In this post, I tell you about how I'm dealing with the Covid-19 situation and some of my goals.