Returning to the routine

It’s been almost two months since we moved into our new home and we are starting to settle in and figure out what our routines are, which means I’m also figuring out how to make time to get back into some of the things I used to do when I was living alone to make sure there is a balance (something that is important to both of us). That said a lot of my new routine involves the two little dogs I now live with and who I utterly adore (as those on my Instagram can attest) but that’s just a very welcome bonus! I can tell things are starting to settle down because I’m starting to get back some …

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Stalled

I’d just finished baking the cake. I’d let it cool, iced it, and slipped it onto a tray. I picked it up, turned round and stood transfixed as it slid from the tray to the floor with a dull splat. Such is the analogy I’m using to sum up last week as, not long after my previous post about getting fit and healthy again, I was beset by man-flu (shut up, it’s a thing!). I’m getting past the worst of it now but ugh, talk about great timing… It has made me realise how much I need a level of routine though, these past few weeks without any real structure to my leisure time has left me a bit disjointed. …

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Back to fitness

I’ve not been to the gym for a couple of months whilst I get my hip and ankle issues sorted. Shockwave treatment worked a charm, and physio is going well so far which leaves me confident of getting back to some level of fitness sooner rather than later. I don’t do New Year resolutions but will admit I did have some soft goals for the year around shifting a little weight; specifically with a trip to New York in June and my sisters wedding in August as milestones so as I hadn’t been able to exercise as much as I wanted, I was starting to feel a bit meh about myself. And now it’s March (March!) and with a tentative …

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