Saturday, 31 May 2014

Hello June!

Yay the official summer months are finally here! (Although you wouldn't know it from looking out the window).
So here's what June has in store for me and what I'm looking forward to in the month ahead... This one's short and sweet.

1. Kosovo work trip. Yep work are sending me off again on another adventure next week for 5 days, although this time I'm not going on my own and will have some travel company so that will be nice. I feel really lucky to have been able to do a little bit of travel with my company this year, especially to places that I otherwise might not get the chance to visit. On a more shallow level, I will also enjoy the slightly warmer weather and the opportunity to browse in Duty Free at Heathrow.

2. Getting life back on track. I feel like I've developed a few frayed edges over the last 5 weeks or so and I need to regroup and pull everything back on track. A few things have gotten a bit disorganised and I'm finishing work each day feeling like I have a million things that need doing at home but not getting very much done. I have felt constantly tired and a little under the weather which hasn't helped either and has just left me feeling a bit bleh lately. So there are a few places I can start: I need a big tidy up and reorganisation in my bedroom and with my wardrobe. Never underestimate how good this can be for the soul. My floordrobe irritates me every time I have to rifle through for what I want to wear that day. Generally leading to me wearing 5 outfits mix and matched and on rotation. The next thing that needs immediate attention is diet and exercise. I had this in a good routine but due to holidays, hen weekends and general illness, for the last 4 weeks I have not been pulling my weight. Figuratively and literally. Time to sort it out and get less lazy. I'm sure my body will thank me for spending less time with the junk food and more with the cross trainer. Any ideas for continued inspiration? I'd love to hear them.

3. Summer officially starting. I am looking forward to spending more weekend time outside, wearing less layers and having more pub garden lunches. I do love the early summer, I think it's probably my favourite time of year, so I can't wait for it to come into full swing. It must have gone to my head as, dare I say it, I might even be convinced to watch some of the World Cup with the boyfriend. As long as cold cider or Pimms is provided.

So that's all for this one. I don't have many plans in place yet for June but I think that's okay. It will give me more time to re-focus on myself and feel like I'm back on my A game.

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