I’ve worked very hard on my blog over the last year and a bit, so I thought that maybe I would try and win a blogging award. If you have been enjoying my work and fancy sharing the love, please nominate Exploring Exeter in the fresh voice & readers choice categories of Britmum’s Brilliance in Blogging Awards….
If you’ve been following the blog you’ll know that we’ve moved! We found a lovely old farmhouse on the edge of town with lots of outside space. We’ve unpacked our boxes, dug out our new allotment, and our veggies are growing. The children are in their element, I’ve bought some stable boots and we’re loving…
On Wednesday 29 March I was invited to speak at a very special event, the launch of Visit Exeter at the RAMM (Royal Albert Memorial Museum). The Visit Exeter team engaged Windslide, a local busking band (complete with didgeridoo) to play as people came in the main entrance. The Exeter Chiefs had a stand nearby where I got to…
We had a fun week, full of activities and I’ve gathered my favourite pictures here for you.
When you move a long way from family and friends, travelling back to see them is part of the deal. This week my daughter and I headed back to London to see my Dad for his 70th birthday, watch The Cure in concert for hubby’s birthday and catch up with friends and family.
Reflexology is a “natural, non-invasive therapy which can be used as a one-off treatment of a specific condition and also for ongoing health and maintenance program helping to keep the body in balance.
Wendy Reynolds has been training to be a Yoga teacher at Devon School of yoga in Exeter and is coming to the end of her course. As part of her teacher training, she has to have some practical teaching experience so she took a leap of faith and set up a yoga studio in her garden.