I’d been curious about Aerial yoga for a while having seen it advertised at the Four Seasons. Unfortunately at a million pounds for a one hour class (well 55 bd) i’d been priced out of the experience until I saw that the yoga centre in Boudaiya, Namaste, was offering the same. After calling up to… Read More Aerial Yoga for absolute beginners
Fed up with hibernating indoors away from the heat for the past couple of months, we decided to venture out and dip our toes back into the sea with some water based activities. Gypsea tribe had popped up on my Facebook advertising a moonlight paddling sesh and despite never being able to quite trust if… Read More Paddling like a Gypsea
Back in the motherland for the week and the mother had planned some quality indulgence time for us at Galgorm resort & spa. Having never been before, I had zero expectations and was just looking forward to soaking up as much greenery and rain as possible before heading back to the desert. We drove up… Read More Galgorm Resort & Spa
I’ve had an excellent run of great reads over the last couple of months, it helps that i’ve been on Ramadan hours so have had more time! Although it’s not a pre-requisite where my reading choice in concerned, they all contain ‘girl’ in the title (and no, Gone Girl’s not one of them as if… Read More Summer reads
I’ve always had issues with my barnet and more specifically what hairdressers try to do to it. My latest venture to the salon has brought all those painful disappointments flooding back so a cathartic rundown will surely help the healing process? It’s always, as every hairdresser I’ve ever let at it has reminded me, been… Read More Ode to a Barnet
Bless me father, it’s been too long since my last proper blog post! The timing of that has coincided coincidentally with me starting a new job. Any creativity I possess has been redirected and procrastination time has been massively cut but a window of space over the festive period has opened up, a new year… Read More What Is The Perfect Life Balance?
I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. This is a slightly off-piste post compared to what I normally write hence why I’ve added a ‘musings’ category. As… Read More The Road Not Taken