|the snow didn't stop shoppers at the Bullring|
Water - to be honest, I have been totally 'pants' at achieving a healthy limit of water each day, although I am drinking green/herbal teas instead of a lovely mug of Yorkshire tea. Its hard missing my two 'full-fat' cups of tea in the morning that make me feel at least semi-human but I'm going to stick to it, or that's what I keep telling myself. Unfortunately, in a counteractive measure, I have developed a sweet tooth and am obsessed with trying out pre-Easter treats and the Cadbury's Chocolate with toffee popcorn. It's more than likely that this is cancelling out any good work the green tea is doing.
Baking - not achieved anything, in fact I haven't eaten a cupcake since mid December, I might be suffering a mid-life cupcake crisis! Does anyone know if there is a helpline to call?
Ebay - am finally sorting out some clothes and shoes to sell in Ebay, so I am currently establishing operation De-clutter in my house.
New Experiences - So I want to do six new things this year so I have started with learning. A couple of weeks ago, I made the trip to snowy Birmingham to enrol in a part-time course - CIPR Advanced Certificate in PR. It's been over five years since I have undertaken any further education so its a daunting prospect to consider the whole year I need to be dedicated to this.
On a completely irrelevant note, what does a mature student were to uni? I have eight days from Winter until summer where I will need to plan outfits. For my first trip to Birmingham, comfort, style and snow dictated my outfit choice. I bought a pair of biker boots in the sales [post to follow] so my current uni-uniform is skinny jeans, boots and lots of layers.
I also managed my first visit to the Bullring, despite the snow and in the working week, it was packed with shoppers. Now that's what I call dedication to retail therapy.