Category Archives: Happy Hump Day


Appreciate yourself…

Hello everyone, just a quick bit of midweek motivation from me today! I came across this quote and I just love it. Just like many of us out there I can be pretty hard on myself at times. Body image, work, friendships and life goals – we all have them. But maybe we need to focus more how far we’ve come and appreciate the things we have achieved. Life’s a journey and you should always appreciate yourself.

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A beautiful mindset..

It’s that time of the week again for some midweek inspiration! I love this quote: “A beautiful day begins with a beautiful mindset. When you wake up, take a second to think about what a privilege it is to simply be alive and healthy. The moment we start acting like life is a blessing I assure you it will start to feel like one.”

As I have gotten older I have definitely started realising and being thankful more and more how lucky I am with the life I have got! I am alive, healthy and have wonderful friends and a caring family that is always there to support me. Not everyone has this so I am very blessed. When you are younger I think you don’t value those things as much, but now I often think about it. This means I wake up feeling happy and thankful and don’t worry about the small stuff because a beautiful day begins with a beautiful mindset and realising how lucky we are! Life is a blessing :) Happy Hump Day everyone!

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Someday? Live for today!

Hello everyone! It’s that time of the week again for some quick midweek inspiration. The idea of “living in the moment” has inspired a lot of motivational posters and T-shirts, but it’s really a very important concept. You’ve probably heard many variations of this quote like; “Live like there’s no tomorrow, live as if you’ll die today!” & “There are 7 days a week, and SOMEDAY isn’t one of them.”

Living in the moment takes practice, but when we learn how to live this way, it means we will lead a fuller life and appreciate the beauty in every activity every second of the day. Here are some quick tips on how to make sure you live for the present and live for today…(I am still working on it)..

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Midweek day dreaming…

Does anyone else get this? I very often get to urge to totally change something, learn something new, just to reinvent myself and my life. Suppose there’s nothing wrong with a bit of day dreaming now and again right?  Happy Hump Day :)

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Sky High Yoga with a view at SkyGarden

Happy Hump Day everyone. I hope you’ve all had a good day so far? Well, my morning started rater bright and early for me (insert sleepy emoticon). My alarm shook me into awakeness at 5.15am which is about 2 hours earlier than my usual wake up call. The reason? A friend of mine had managed to convince me to join her a Sky High Yoga class at Sky Garden in the city! As much as it was a bit of a struggle getting out of bed so early I have to say it was a great way to start the my day. Set against the incredible backdrop of the city, we took part in a one hour sunrise yoga session! Here a quick snap I took at the end of the lesson and showing of the Sky Garden venue/view. We had also quick breakfast at the Darwin Brasserie after which was lovely! For more information or on how to book your Sunrise Sky High Yoga session click here. Tickets are £10 per person and are available for various dates until the end of September so don’t miss out for this unique opportunity!

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Comparison Is The Thief Of Joy

“Single people want relationships, settled people wonder if they’re missing out on something, travelling types miss stability, stable ones are restless, old friends want new friends, new friends miss old friends, and basically everyone my age has some dangling worry trailing around after them that they’re somehow not doing everything, that what they’re doing is not altogether the right thing, that they are missing out….Do not be ashamed. The doubt is natural, and everone you know – yes even that person – carries it sometimes too. Allow yourself to be peaceful. Allow yourself satisfaction in what you have. And if you really don’t like it, allow yourself permission to make changes.”

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