{ Sunday Soliloquy } Destination Addiction

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[ so·lil·o·quy – the act of speaking one’s thoughts aloud when by oneself or regardless of any hearers ] Today I just want to share with you this quotation I came across this week. Beware of destination addiction – a preoccupation … Continued

{ Sunday Soliloquy } What is Adventure?

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[ so·lil·o·quy – the act of speaking one’s thoughts aloud when by oneself or regardless of any hearers ] Earlier in the week I read a very interesting blog post by Sean Conway on the Simply Hike website. It was … Continued

A Bucket List Re-Focus: My “To Try” List

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There is something inspiring about a new year. We might be a couple of weeks in now, but the idea of setting goals and resolutions for the next 12 months is still at the forefront of my mind. I’m still … Continued

Lifedge. Go do.

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It was at about mile eight or nine of the Spires and Steeples Challenge yesterday that I thought to myself: “If only I had a Lifedge phone case this time last year, I’d have lots more proof of the terrible conditions that lead … Continued

My Ultimate Summer Driving Playlist

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For me, an “ultimate” driving tune is one I want to turn up and sing along to. It causes involuntary warbling at the top of my lungs (enough to embarrass me should anyone overhear). They are melodious or catchy songs … Continued

An Easter Message

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I noticed yesterday that we were inundated with Easter messages. I can understand the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Pope giving us some words to live by, but even David Cameron had one. I might be a day late but … Continued

Inspired by Adventure

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Life is all about the journey. This has been my mantra for a long time. It is something I believe. Something I strive to remember daily. Something that prompts me to focus on things and enjoy them to the full. … Continued