The importance of the word ‘why’

So as I have said, I work with teenagers. Many people say to me that I am absolutely mad to work with them but personally I think teenagers get a bad reputation when it is both the minority of the time and the minority of the people that they are actually acting outrageously. We all… Continue reading The importance of the word ‘why’

My crazy, wonderful, beautiful friends 

I write this blog as I lie on my mums sofa with a horrendous hangover while watching 24 hours in A&E reruns because last night I went for a night out with my wonderful friends. We are a group of girls who all went to high school together, there were add ons in 6th form… Continue reading My crazy, wonderful, beautiful friends 

Losing weight (I don’t know what part I’m on now….)

I came home from the doctors seriously upset. So I did what an rational person does and decided that I was going to prove a point and lose an absolute shed load of weight (of course this was in fact what the doctor wanted me to do) but I was doing it angrily and not… Continue reading Losing weight (I don’t know what part I’m on now….)

The weight loss journey continued

So I came back from India a little lighter and full of hope, I knew what I was doing with this weight loss thing, it was easy! Oh how naïve I was. I came back to England in May and went back to my parents where I quickly slipped back into old habits of constant… Continue reading The weight loss journey continued

Exercise and Nutrition (part 2)

My weight loss journey began with a journey to India. No it wasn’t a radical diet camp set in the Indian sun, but I took a gap year to recover from the hell that was my A levels. I went Bangalore and worked for three months at a school. I was teaching remedial Maths and English… Continue reading Exercise and Nutrition (part 2)