I was lucky enough to snag a couple of tickets to TramShred, Tramshed Cardiff. A workout class which combines music with fitness and a glass of bubbly after

enter 90’s RnB Nostalgia When I saw the words ’90’s RnB’ and ‘workout’ in the same sentence, I was pretty much already on my way to Tramshed two weeks early. You see, I have a nostalgic attachment to the great tunes of the 90’s coming out of the states at the time. R Kelly, Mary J Blige, Blackstreet and Babyface were just a few icons busting out slow jamz and upbeat club bangers. I grew up with two sisters, one I shared a room with. There’s a five year age gap, so while she dolled herself up on a Friday night, I would usually be foundRead More →

enter I didn’t think I’d still have empty pockets at the age of 31. It’s not that I thought I would be rich or anything, just not scraping by month to month. Over the years I’ve always chosen happiness over financial gain. At times it can feel like a really stupid decision, destined to go wrong. But when I really think about the rewards, it makes me smile. It’s not that I’m incompetent of finding a job, I’ve been well paid in the past. It’s just that I value my mental health and happiness over material possessions. The 9-5 grind is not for me, but that’sRead More →

In my 20's, the thought of reaching my 30's terrified me, and I didn't want to get old. Now I realise it's a blessing. Here are 5 reasons why I love being in my 30's. Click through to read.

http://www.mongoliatravelguide.mn/?sakson=auto-trading-binary&41c=8e In my 20’s, I lived with this constant sense of dread that I was quickly leading up to my 30’s. I was terrified of getting old. What I didn’t anticipate were the rewards that age can bring personally. Now I’m 31 and a lot happier and healthier than I was in my 20’s, and I’d never want to go back. Here are 5 reasons why I love being in my 30’s. I Know Myself When I’m reaching for another biscuit or questioning every decision I ever made, I understand why now. Before, life seemed a little more dramatic and I felt a hell of aRead More →

I'm no longer ashamed of my dark thoughts and actually, the acceptance of my dark side has helped the bright side shine more frequently and for longer.

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