Tag: challenges

National Forest Adventure Farm: Escape Maze

  The National Forest Adventure Farm (NFAF) is fast becoming one of my most favourite places to visit. Not only have they managed to scare me out of my mind with their Screamfest last Halloween but they have now fulfilled my dream of becoming a secret agent. NFAF is hosting the world’s first Escape Maze,

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My monthly challenges

  I had promised myself that this year I would put forward a challenge each month to complete and for some reason I stopped halfway through May, I think… Anyway, I did have the challenge of a 16 mile hike in June which we unfortunately had to take a rain check on and we returned

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A challenge I have overcome

  I find that my lack of confidence is a challenge for me. It’s something that I have to overcome on a regular basis. I used to have oodles of confidence when I was younger and slowly over the years it’s been chipped away at. Well now I’m building it back up and almost at

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May’s Challenge!

    Can I go back to my Ab Challenge now please? I’m kidding, I’m kidding. I take it back! This months challenge, well at least part of it, is to get up at 6 a.m for one whole week. Sunday to Sunday. Yes Sunday 🙁 I didn’t realise at the time that it would

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The final day!

  It is finally over! My 30 Day Ab Challenge is complete. I completed the entire thing, it was horrible. My abs will never forgive me but one day they will thank me. I will be continuing the workout just not as religiously as I have been doing. I’m planning on getting back in to

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Am I A Morning Person?

    Contrary to popular belief, I love mornings. If I could I would be up at 6 am every morning. It’s a great time of day, it’s always quiet and peaceful. I like to sit and have a cup of tea and do nothing. There really is only me stopping this from happening. There’s

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30 Day Ab Challenge…

  (Google image) I have made the decision that for every month this year I will do something different. It could be something big, it could be something small. In January I walked Whernside, now I have walked it before but it’s always been when I’ve been walking the Three Peaks. So it was walked

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