New year, new drive. New year, new habits. New motivation. New workflow, new deadlines. This is more or less what you can expect from me in 2017 – and I’ll try my best to stay committed to this. A lot of people have told me that I’m onto something, with this blog. And I’ve started to realise this. The problem is, I’ve not been as dedicated to it as I would have liked to be, over the past year. It’s completely my fault and I plan to change this. Continue reading “New year, new drive”
July and August 2016 will forever be engraved in my memory. My little family and I spent just over two weeks in the splendid, mesmerizing island of Martinique (West Indies) home to my husband and his extended family. We had such an amazing time.
I had already visited Martinique in 2008 and I was glad to be back…
Continue reading “Escapade ~ My trip to Martinique”
This is me and one of my lesson horses, Fraser. We’ve been working together on and off for a few months now and it’s been going okay. Well, it’s been going Continue reading ““A little progress is still progress” ~ Life lessons from horse riding”
Following on from my previous post, I’m pleased to say my brand new YouTube channel is now live, please click here, watch/like my videos and subscribe! There are already quite a few on there. Lifestyle, food, leisure, home making, vlogs… if you’ve enjoyed my blog so far, my channel is basically the video version of it!
I hope to see you there…
What a busy few weeks it’s been for me. Things are getting more and more intense at work – that honeymoon probation period is now long gone and I find myself having to work under just as much pressure as everyone else.
Speaking of which… Continue reading “On being more confident and trusting the process”
I receive a lot of emails and messages from people who want to get into horse riding and don’t really know where to start. So I thought I’d write a post and cover the basics on which steps to take and what to expect. Continue reading “A guide to… Getting into horse riding”
A few weeks ago I attended an exhibition at the Institute of Sexology called “Undress your mind”. It is an Continue reading ““Undress your mind” at the Institute of Sexology”
If you are an equestrian in London, riding in Hyde Park is probablyone of those things on top of your bucket list, no matter how experienced you are as a rider – it just has to be done. Right? The good thing about Hyde Park stables is you don’t actually have to be an experienced rider to enjoy a hack in London’s most beautiful park. The stables are open to everyone and the horses here are very well trained.
Continue reading “Hyde Park Stables ~ Horse riding in central London”
With the art of printing photos slowly fading away, and being replaced by
Continue reading “Tried and tested ~ POLAGRAM.”