Hello, can you believe that we are less than two weeks until Christmas? Wow! I’ve had a pretty busy week with preparations and festivities, but I managed to squeeze in a good bit of exercise too:
Monday: Body Conditioning
Tuesday: Fitness Marathon for CRUK- Glow, Pound, Zumba and VeraFlow, 3.5 hours 💪🏻
Wednesday: JogScotland run
Thursday: PiYo and Veraflow
All in all, I managed about 8 hours of workouts this week. Ooooft!
But as we wind down to Christmas, classes are beginning to slow down too, so I’ll be going along to whatever is running this week, hopefully. I’m also on leave, so today has been filled with card writing and present wrapping. All while watching Christmas films of course. Fab! 🎄
While we have had mild weather here, I did love this quote when I came across it:
Have a wonderful week!
Hello, peeps, are you feeling festive? Are your fitness goals still on track?
Mine are a little meh at the moment- I’ve been over indulging a little, and feeling very festive, but I’m heading out to Clubbercise to help keep on top of things.
Here’s something I came across on Pinterest which I thought was pretty useful: I hope it helps!
Hello, I hope you’re ok- particularly if you’re in the UK and affected by the dreadful flooding and poor weather this weekend.
We’ve been lucky this time around, as we weren’t hit too hard: there was a landslide on the Rest and Be Thankful, however the debris nets did their job and the road remained open- yay!
So I was able to make it to Glasgow and back on Saturday where I had a lovely festive lunch with some of the Dream Team. We even had a lovely walk around the Christmas lights, in the rain 🙂
This week, I don’t have Clubbercise and I probably won’t make my Pound class either, so I’m contemplating using that as a reason to lace up my trainers and bust out a short run. I really have to get back out there!
Here’s something to help with my motivation:
I hope it helps you too 😉
Hello, and welcome to another week: it’s wild, windy and very, very wet here on the West coast. Late autumn, early winter is well and truly here!
I have yet to get back to running since my holiday. It’s just so dark and wet after work that my running mojo is in hiding. I’m hoping that it hasn’t gone into hibernation… I’m sticking with my classes, though, so all isn’t quite abandoned!
I’ve had another busy weekend, squeezing in three parties and a trip to Glasgow. On Sunday, we had our annual visit to George Square for Remembrance Sunday, followed by a trip to Dobbies Garden Centre – Christmas 2015 is officially underway for us. We had our first Red Cups and mince pies of the season:
I’m going to use this as inspiration for getting back out there this week:
I’m open to advice and motivation to get back out there – what do you do when you have times like this?
This year’s celebration has been muted by the dreadful crash in Glasgow’s George Square on Monday, killing six people, including three from my home town.
The lorry crashed into the Millennium Hotel at Queen St station, just as we were sitting in the Grand Central hotel at Glasgow Central station: we are feeling lucky.
Best wishes to you all for the festive season, make the most of every minute.
I’ve had a very festive weekend at the Children’s Classics Christmas concert, a lovely meal out and some fantastic family time.
And, equally as good, I have a week’s holiday! Woop woop!
Today has been a busy day of wrapping and finalising all of my Christmas gifts.
Have any of you been Santa Dashing this weekend? I’d love to have taken part. Maybe next year 🙂
Here’s a little motivation while I get back to Christmas movies…
Which film tonight, then?
And a Happy New Year too!
Portavadie Marina is a fantastic hidden gem nestled on the west coast of the Cowal peninsula in Argyll. Conveniently for us, it is also a very short ferry ride away from Tarbert!
It features a wide range of accommodation: bed and lockers: bunk rooms for cyclists and walkers, lodge rooms (which are like good hotel rooms) , secluded cottage for honeymooners and couples and luxury apartments for friends and families who want a little more space and luxe while away.
The marina has excellent facilities, and there is a top notch restaurant, while the lodge has a more relaxed restaurant and family area. There’s a spa, and a shop which sells everything from milk and newspapers to high end clothing and chandlery supplies.
I love it!
We’ve visited many times, often for lunch and a few drinks; sometimes ourselves, other times with friends and family. We celebrated @TheWelshWookie’s 40th Birthday here, too.
And now we’re back; gatecrashing the honeymoon, and welcoming in the New Year at the Hogmanay Gala Dinner.
Lucky us! 🙂
WiFi and mobile signal is patchy, so I’ll check in when I can!
Well, we have had a FAB-U-LOUS weekend at Joe and Stacey’s wedding. The bride was stunning, the groom was dapper; the best man impressed with his organisation and speech, and the bridesmaids were gorgeous.
I didn’t run, but I danced the night away!
Would you like to see a couple of pics?
This morning, @TheWelshWookie and I were up early, and spent a couple of hours in the pool, which was great! 🙂
Next, we’re off to gatecrash the honeymoon at Portavadie this week. We are going for the Hogmanay dinner dance, and for a few days to celebrate the new year: trainers are packed for this trip!
Do you have any Hogmanay and New Year festivities planned?