The start of the 3rd week and I’m going in strong. I feel really motivated and I’m enjoying the exercises. I’m finding 15 minutes really manageable and I’m surprised and happy how all the 15 minutes add up. I’m trying to mix up the activities that I do to give myself variation and to work…
Activity Level: low – moderateActivities: stretches, kettlebells, sit-ups, squats, exercise bikeLocation: home 15 mins target met?: YesFitbit readout: see below
Activity Level: moderate and constantActivities: stretches, squats, walkingLocation: home & Clacton sea front15 mins target met?: YesFitbit readout: see below
Activity Level: low – moderateActivities: kettlebell, stretches, yogaLocation: home15 mins target met?: YesFitbit readout: see below
Starting today I’ll use the following post format to keep creating daily posts as simple as possible. Activity Level: moderateActivities: walking, exercise bikeLocation: town, home15 mins target met?: YesFitbit readout: see below
This year I’ve decided to sign up to Red January, which means every day I’ll have to be active for (atleast) 15 minutes for 31 days throughout January 2020.
While doing #plasticfreejuly I wanted to see if I could reduce our consumption of plastic in our house. I did some research about Dr Bronner’s Castile Soap and decided to try out making some soaps to replace our usual shop bought ones. Dr Bronner’s soap is a surfactant and is not anti-bacterial. However, I’ve fallen…
A recap of the ups and downs of Week 1 of Plastic Free July.
Today I caught a glimpse of a topic on TV that I wanted to sit down and watch, it doesn’t happen often so I set it to record so I could watch it when I had a minute.
Last night I attended my WI meeting for Cake and Revolution WI. The topic of the meeting was ‘Inspirational Women’ and like may others in the room, it’s just what my soul needed.