It’s been a while since I’ve linked up, but I do love this one and this week I’m all over it!
After a couple of weeks of over indulgence, I’ve thrown myself back into Bootcamp and managed a few short evening runs. Loving it. Over my one (…see and lastly…) morning coffee I’ve been enjoying Womens Health. I had previously assumed it’s full of ‘shouty’ judgemental eat nothing but lettuce and get skinny articles. Recommended to me by my lovely friend. My preconceptions squashed. It isn’t at all shouty. This loyal Red reader is now converted.
The boy get stuck into the first “kids bootcamp” organised by the bootcamp I go to. He loved it. Threw himself into everything. I was so proud of his attitude. I’m hoping this will be a great confidence boost for him.
My much loved ridiculously comfy ripped up jeans. Again. Shocker. They’re ripped like this through genuine over wear. I didn’t intentionally cut them up. Busted knees … A sign of a trusty Jean.
Not usually a big Ed fan. Alas, I find this sneaking it’s way onto my ‘out for a run’ playlist. And I kinda like it a little more each time I hear it.
Fun memories. We headed into London, all four of us. We watched the kids drink in the atmosphere, look around at different people, dance to buskers, shout “Weeeeeeeeee” on the escalators, run around the natural history museum, mouths wide in awe. Enjoyed lunch and headed home. We won’t be leaving it so long until we go again. From our little village, London for these two is such an adventure.
I’m valiantly trying to eat cleaner. Reading my Hemsley & Hemsley book again for motivation. I was doing so well with my fitness, I looked and felt the best I had in a long time. Cue Easter and I feel like 3 weeks off has put me back 2 months working hard. Lesson learnt.
It’s not an easy journey. But it’s my goal. And I’ll get there.