The most affected people by the lockdown regulations are those who stay alone. It gets even more challenging if you have to work from home, which means you spend 90% of your time alone. Even with the less strict physical distancing rules, which make it possible to venture out more often, you still have to mind your health and avoid crowded places or social gatherings. It means spending most of the time alone.
Guys they say it takes 21 days for an activity or action you complete over this period to become a habit and a part of daily life. Having committed to a number of things for 21 days and then forgetting about them a few days later ( I know I am not the only one!) I can't really say that this has always been true for me. However, of late I have really sacrificed my self care as I work on rebranding who I am as a coach and defining my brand Women Who Slay.
So when I booked the flight to Portugul I was amped! I honestly couldn't wait to go and explore. Malta was phenomenal, we stayed in San Giljan, a beautiful and small part of Malta and we chose to stay in the hotel Cavalieri, a small but very clean and friendly hotel. It was different because it was an art hotel; which meant that it used the venue to showcase the work of local artists.
It’s a new week guys and with a very bad start to the week, I often become deflated and as a result… procrastinate. But, this time
I’m a South London gal and I wouldn’t have it any other way. My work has seen me travel all over London, but I always want
I’m finding these dark, cold days to be pretty challenging. I’m struggling to stay motivated in anything and I’m procrastinating a lot! I’ve also been battling
This time around, things are better, a lot better. Maybe distance and time apart has made the heart grow fonder but these past few months with
As most of you know, particularly if you are a frequent visitor to my site; I love my food. But, to be honest; I’ve been eating