Boy was I excited to spend the weekend away recently! I have been BUSY lately so a relaxing weekend was definitely in order. Since all of our annual leave has been used up for our Australia trip later in the year we couldn’t venture too far from home! With that in mind Craig and I headed off to the New Forest for a weekend of nature, good food and relaxation. We were pretty unlucky with the weather, it rained all weekend – but in true British spirit we weren’t going to let that ruin things for us!
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There are so many places I want to see in this world, my list is never ending. There is just something I really enjoy about seeing new places and experiencing new things. I’ve never been travelling for an extended period, but I do try and manage to get away to at least one new place each year (more if my bank account allows me!). In today’s post I thought I would share with you some of the places that are currently on the top of my list, and hopefully give some of you a bit of travel inspo too!
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It’s been a while since I last posted, and a lot has happened in that time! I’m now married (I’ll be doing some posts on that soon!) and I’ve just got back from a few days break in Norfolk with my new husband! Life up until the wedding was exceedingly hectic (hence my break from social media), so Craig and I needed some time for rest and relaxation afterwards. We’re hoping to do a big honeymoon at a later date, so for the mean time we decided just to have a few days break on the Norfolk Broads to relax and recharge after the wedding planning chaos!
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I think it’s always good to have goals, otherwise you just end up meandering aimlessly through your life with no real purpose. When I say that I don’t mean that everyone should have a ridiculously over ambitious plan of their life, I just mean it’s good to have something to aim for, big or small.
I’ve seen a lot of people posting 30 before 30 videos on YouTube, and it’s got me thinking about my goals in my own life. I’ve got some goals and ambitions, but it’s very easy to get sucked into everyday life and before you know it another year has gone by and you’re no closer to where you want to be. I figured that writing your goals down (or posting them on in internet in my case) would be a good way of keeping track of where you’re going and giving yourself some direction. So here are my 30 things I want to achieve in the next 6 years before I am 30.
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