Monthly Archives: November 2012

A Lakeland adventure

In preparation for this blog post, I brainstormed all of the memories and thoughts that flashed through my head as I contemplated my week in the Lake District. The resultant stream of consciousness made me laugh a lot in its randomness … Continue reading

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A misty morning

Believe it or not, but I am about to head off for another week’s holiday, this time in the Lake District. My aunt and uncle inherited a cottage on the seafront in a village called Ravenglass on the west coast, … Continue reading

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Life’s silly moments

After the heavy earnestness of my last post, I thought I’d chip away to reveal a different facet of my thoughts today, to highlight the equal importance of silly randomness in this world. So, here are some observations that I made over … Continue reading

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Yoga musings #2 and #3 (or ‘Becky does Self-Help’!)

Musing 2– The Tricky Balance of Staying True to Yourself Whilst Keeping an Open Mind (or ‘The Dangers of Being an Over-Empathiser’) So, here’s the second instalment of my gripping yoga musings (ahem)… As already stated, I had a brilliant … Continue reading

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Yoga Musing #1: To Accredit or Not to Accredit?

It’s taken me longer than I thought to put fingers to keys following my back-to-back yoga teacher training and Thai massage courses last week. I think this has been due to a combined effect of brain-strain following tests, homework and … Continue reading

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Changing the record

The other day I heard myself saying to a friend that, “Oh no, I really don’t like being on boats”. They looked puzzled and replied with,”So how come you seemed to spend most of your travels on various boats?”. I was struck … Continue reading

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