Taking another year off

I’m finding myself in that situation again this academic year, mainly thanks to coronavirus this time around rather than financial worries. But this time, I can see it coming, and I won’t lose focus. I won’t waste this year. I’ve got things I need to do to be ready for …

L3CiCS Reflective Diary – 25th October 2019

This week we learned about diversity through exploring the membership of the course group: the different beliefs and behaviours. This enabled us all to become aware of the demographics of our group, for example our culture, family, nationality, race, age, gender, disability or sexuality. We went round the group and …

On hold. What to do?

Potentially, I may have to hold fire on continuing my Counselling training for this upcoming academic year. We booked our annual holiday pretty much as soon as we came back off of our holiday last year, and it happened to coincide with the external assessment for my counselling course. So …

L2CiCS: Reflective Diary – 13th June 2018

This is the last piece of work I’m going to be writing for this course, and I just wanted to record my thoughts and feelings as it all comes to an end – a conclusion of sorts. If I look back on my initial expectations of the course, they were …

n00b gainz

Exercising is fun, and as the title suggests, I’ve made some n00b gainz. My trousers are looser, so I’ve clearly lost some belly fat. My weight has remained the same however, so I have built some muscle. I do feel like I need to go more than once a week …

L2CiCS: Reflective Diary – 23rd May 2018

This week we were asked to find a newspaper article and describe our various reactions to it. This is the article I have chosen: Link to article here. R-bombing: The new dating trend you may have already experienced Today’s dating trends are as whimsical as they are ephemeral. When once …

2014 fitness and other random targets

I need a new routine. If the start of a new year spurs that change, then so be it. I can understand that some people don’t like those people that make “resolutions”, but I’m all for them to do so – if making a resolution makes that person sit up …