Last Week #55


Well what a fun week last week was, 2 days off and 2 football matches topped off with a little family get together and my sisters. The first day off was a trip to the seaside with my family followed by a trip to the designer outlet although we got soaked in a downpour it was a great day out. Tuesday I was back in work but we headed to Valley Parade after to go watch Bradford get beat by Preston, honestly I just wanted to go home. Wednesday was another day off as we took my grandad out for the day for his birthday, a visit to tropical world, Frankie and Benny's followed by a gin meant it really was a great day. I dragged Liam to the White Rose after this too. Thursday and Friday were nice and relaxed but Saturday was another football match which we actually won, I forgot what that feeling was actually like. We did a spot of shopping before the football too and I got some bargains. Then Sunday was a chilled morning followed by the get together at my sisters where I spent plenty of the day cuddled with my nephew. The week absolutely wiped me but it was definitely worth it. So here is what I had...

Been Watching : YouTube, YouTube and more YouTube that is all I have watched. It has been a good mix of videos too. The NWSL is now on BT Sport which meant I could watch the Reign vs Sky Blue game on my TV instead of via a stream on the NWSL site, although I only made it to half time as I was falling asleep. 

Been reading : Honestly I wanted to read but thanks to how busy I have been I haven't had chance, some nights I just got settled ready to pick up my book but ended up asleep instead I was that tired.

Been listening to : On my way to the seaside I listened to a lot of KSI but honestly that is all I actually listened to all week. 

Bought : I spent far too much and am now on countdown for payday. I bought a lot of things from the designer outlet, I also got a lot from Primark too. But those items will all be coming up in a post or 2 very soon.

Plans for this week : I want to get things done around the house as again I have been slacking, I am also hoping to get more done in the back garden as it is a bank holiday and my birthday is fast approaching. Fingers crossed the weather stays ok too so I can take some blog pics at long last.

So there you have it that was my week. What have you guys been up to?

See you soon
Lucy

Brighouse Town AFC Women

Photo courtesy of  Brighouse Town AFC women

Most people know the team I support in the women's game is definitely Man City women but this year I want to support local and those lower league teams, as they just don't get the recognition they deserve and sometimes those lower league games are the best. The only issue for me though is the 2 teams I am going to be following are both in the same league, the FAWNL division 1 North. I will be following both Brighouse Town and Bradford City as they are my local teams. So throughout this new season be prepared to see plenty of content on both these teams. As I am new to the league and specifically these 2 teams, I have spoke to representatives from each club to get some info on each team to share with you all and hopefully learn some new things myself.

So today's post is all about Brighouse Town AFC Women a team that play about 15 minutes away from my house, at the Yorkshire Payments Stadium, (click here to see exact location) so I don't really have an excuse for not having gone in the past, in fact my only visit to that stadium is when my old team Tyersal played on the pitch at the side of the first team pitch and I was out injured. The club was formed in 2013 and is made up of 7 teams there is:
- Under 6
- Under 11 
- Under 12
- Under 13
- Under 18
- EDS
- The first team

It is in fact the first teams fourth season in the FA Women's National League which is brilliant especially to say they were only formed in 2013. They have previously finished 6th and 2nd in the previous seasons, which you can't fault as to jump from 6th to 2nd then continue that form into another season is definitely an achievement, I am sure they would prefer being 1st last season and improving on the 2nd but I don't think it is bad at all and who knows this season may be the difference. 

Last seasons top scorer was Charlotte Proud, can she do it again this season? Or are one of the new signings going to take away the top scorer award this season? Brighouse have signed Laura Bartup from Liverpool Feds & Danni Bailey from Bolton Wanderers who will definitely be great additions to the squad and who can really make a difference.  

Still managed by Rob Mitchell it is great seeing his name as he is someone who I see mentioned on my Twitter quite often, from what I see when he is mentioned I think he is definitely a great manager and seems to be one who has his team on his side and wanting to play for him unlike some managers you see these days. For them to retain 2nd place he must be doing something right.

The current captain is Annabelle Cass, which for me is fantastic to see as I actually played alongside with Annabelle in my short time at college and I can honestly say she is a fantastic player who could very easily be playing at any club. She definitely has the ability to motivate the team and keep morale up, vice captain will be Kayleigh Bamforth another player I have seen mentioned on my Twitter quite often.


It isn't just the league they have done well in since they started, just last season (2018/19) they were the West Riding County Cup champions which is great as there are some brilliant teams in the West Riding County such as Bradford Park Avenue and of course my old team Tyersal. They also made it to the FA Cup 3rd round in 2016 & the 4th round in 2017, which again is great especially considering they were knocked out by the likes of Everton & Sunderland respectfully.

When asked Brighouse said they, 'have aspirations of promotion to the National League North and continue to be competitive despite the lack of a brand or a household name'. Which to be honest they definitely could push for that promotion and improve on that 2nd place finish this season especially after seeing their training on social media. I honestly think a good run in a cup could also help bring them a bit more attention along with the right media promotion they could also become a name on many peoples mind with locals wanting to go watch. Their hopeful promotion will help them become a bigger brand, let's hope that happens this season.

It has definitely been fun learning about Brighouse and I can't wait to learn about Bradford very soon. I will definitely be trying to get to as many games as possible throughout the season to see how the team does. What Brighouse related content would you like to see in the future?

You can find the team over on Twitter, Instagram and their own Website.

See you soon
Lucy

Bradford City vs Preston


Well Tuesday night was Bradford's first and last game in this years Carabao Cup competition as they fell to a 4-0 defeat by Preston. Bowyer made 8 changes from Saturday's league starting 11 and brought in goalkeeper Hornby who made his debut for the club. Did these changes work? They definitely didn't, the talk around us was the typical 'oh he is focusing on the league and resting players' well to me if your players need resting after 2 games it is ridiculous, a little bit of a cup run can really help a team out. Remember the last time we had a good cup run, we ended up at Wembley twice and promoted which just goes to show managed right the players can do anything.

But back to yesterday's game, Preston's first goal came from a defensive mistake, they broke through the midfield far too easily then the defence just weren't tight enough, it was a cross that Anthony O'Connor totally missed which led to the duty of clearance falling on French who got nowhere near and Preston volleyed it home. Preston were 2-0 in the first 20 minutes, a pass that split open the whole City team followed once again by O'Connor been caught out and a simple slide home for Preston.

2-0 down the only atmosphere coming from the Preston fans and City fans becoming more and more frustrated with a formation that just doesn't work for us, we didn't even get a shot on target until the final minute of the first half, Anderson being the one unable to beat the keeper. 

City came out ready to attack in the 2nd half and looked a much improved side in the first 5 minutes of the 2nd half but it was to be short lived. Connor Wood had a curling effort that hit the cross bar which was probably the best chance of the game. The he came attacking one more, crossing the ball to Devine who headed the ball over the goal. 

The next goal of the game though of course came from another mistake by of course Anthony O'Connor. A pass straight across the edge of the box straight gifted Preston their 3rd. The 4th came from a great looping shot, over a challenge by Anthony O'Connor that left Hornby stranded and quite frankly looking foolish.  To be quite honest Anthony O'Connor really needs to book up his ideas and Bowyer should be looking at proving to him his place is not guaranteed and he will miss out, surely he can't be starting Saturday? He was the main catalyst in those goals. As for Hornby on his debut, when signing he said he wanted to be first choice, I think he still has a long way to go for that, too many rash decisions and standing out of position can end up being costly.

So the takeaways from yesterdays game are...
- Doyle is not a lone striker
- Defensively we still need a lot of work
- Anthony O'Connor looks good alongside Richards-Everton but looked like last season in a new pairing
- Our formation just isn't working for us.
- We don't like making substitutes when we really need someone to change the game
-We once again aren't taking our chance which is going to leave more fans frustrated just like last season.

So there we have it up next we are at home to Oldham on Saturday. Are we finally going to win? Is the formation going to change?

See you soon
Lucy


Yet Another Primark Haul

The past few weeks I have been in and out of Primark quite a bit trying to add more of a variety into my wardrobe and actually find clothes that fit me now I am losing weight. It definitely hasn't disappointed and I have in fact picked up quite a few items that I usually wouldn't opt for.


First up these shorts aren't for me, they are actually for Liam as I stole his old ones for the gym as he picked up the wrong size. For £4 these really are a bargain and I can see them lasting him a while.


I picked up this mustard colour Vancouver t-shirt for myself. Never in a million years did I think I would wear this colour but for £2.50 I may as well give it a go. Even if I decide this isn't really for me at that price it can be used as a pyjama top.


Then we have what has become my favourite top. These basic £2 t-shirt are my favourites I usually go for the regular fit ones but I have pushed the boat out and gone for a slim fit one this time. I love them that much that I now have 2 in black and one in a grey colour. At £2 I will definitely be buying plenty of these even as my clothing size changes.


I have fallen in love with the Nasa range they are doing but unfortunately I haven't managed to pick up most of the pieces as they either aren't available locally or they don't have my size. But I did find this sweatshirt and instantly fell in love with it. It is my 2 favourite colours, red and black then it has the Nasa logo in silver but stuck out from the jumper a little bit. It is so simple yet stands out, I can't wait to get styling this.


Finally it is my favourite piece, this Nasa track jacket. I just love how retro it looks but I wont go into this too much as I am going to do a full post just on this jacket and styling it. 

If you see any more of the Nasa range in your local please let me know as I really want a lot more of this range. What have you got from Primark lately?

See you soon,
Lucy.

Last Week #54


Well last week was up and down, I started on my new tablets and felt terrible and spent most of my time relaxing in bed. With it been so relaxed I didn't get up to much but here is what I had...

Been Watching : The Premier League is finally back so I watched a few of those games, I even managed the first half of the Portland Thorns game on Sunday night. The majority of my time though was spent just watching YouTube.

Been reading : Once again no reading was done and that Hope Solo book is still sat unread.

Been listening to : To be completely honest I hadn't really listened to any music, it had either been YouTube and bed or Football and Bed.

Bought : I ended up getting more bits from Gymshark but more about them in a post coming soon.

Plans for this week : I have a few days off but the best is no doubt going to be a great day as it is my grandad's birthday so me and my sister are taking him out for the day. I am hoping to get to the football on Tuesday and Saturday then it is a family day for my grandad's birthday, all in all it is due to be a good week. I just hope I can get some housework done and get to the gym in and among everything else.

So there you have it that was my week. What have you guys been up to?

See you soon
Lucy

Bliiq Hummingbird Wireless Earphones


Towards the end of last year I came to the conclusion that I really needed to get some new earphones especially as I was going to be working out a lot more. That is when I came across the Bliiq Hummingbird Wireless earphones all thanks to one of my favourite USWNT players Kelley O'Hara. I had seen Kelley endorsing these and I fell in love with how clean and simple they looked, so when Liam asked me what I wanted for Christmas these were top of my list.


The earphones came in a really strong box which was actually really nicely designed. I didn't expect the box to look so brilliant and when I opened the box it just got even better. The left hand side when opened actually has a big picture of Kelley O'Hara on it so I got a pair of earphones and a picture of my favourite player. I was surprised to see how clean the earphones actually looked, a lovely clean white with the silver logo on each side. The microphone and volume control is perfectly placed on the left hand side so it doesn't ride too high up or hang too low. That is one thing I was a little worried about as I didn't want to be running around and having the volume control hitting me. The wire is just the right length too so they aren't too tight but it hangs perfectly, again not constantly hitting my neck as I train.


They come with a USB charger, different sized ear buds and most importantly a case. Having plenty of choice size wise for the ear buds is brilliant it was a little bit of trial and error but I finally found my perfect fit, which made a very nice change as I am used to them sliding out or being too big and uncomfortable. The USB length is great too, I use Liam's charging station for this and the length means that they aren't left on the floor too get stood on, they literally just hang there. 

But I think one of my favourite things is the little white case you get as I am forever losing earphones or breaking them so now I have somewhere I can finally keep them nice and safe. It is only a small case but the earphones are a perfect fit so you can easily just put them into your bag without the earphones getting tangled.  It is a hard case too so it gives them that added protection when they are stored.


I have had plenty of time testing these out now and I can not fault them as they don't lose connection like my previous ones, sometimes the connection would drop out but with these it has not been an issue. The battery life is amazing too as I barely ever have to have them on charge even with the amount of time I spend using them. 

As you can see from the above image I have the top of my ear pierced and I was worried this may effect the fit and feel of these but in all honesty they are the comfiest I have owned, there is no rubbing and they fit perfectly around my ear. I half expected them to fall out every now and again but so far so good and that issue hasn't happened. 

The sound quality is brilliant too sometimes you can have an echo or a tinny sound with some earphones and the quality isn't that great but with these you can hear every beat in the song perfectly not like some Skullcandy ones I had in the past.

These were purchased from Amazon  (although now I can only find them on the US site) and honestly I would say if you don't mind spending around £50 on a pair of earphones I would seriously recommend trying these, they are the best I have had in a long time. So thank you Kelley O'Hara for bringing this brand to my attention.

What earphones do you use in the gym or when you workout?

See you soon
Lucy

Becoming The Best Version Of Me


When I was younger, more specifically 8 years ago when I was just starting college and still playing football I was the happiest I have ever been with my body, I was just how I wanted to be. But then I got an office job, hurt my knee and couldn't play football anymore which meant I gained around 7 stone, went up 5 clothing sizes and worst of all I started to hate going out/looking in a mirror. 


I hated looking in the mirror as I hated what was looking back at me, that wasn't the real me I was always so fit and healthy. I hated going out as I just felt uncomfortable in everything I wore and nothing suited me and made me look huge. This is still going on at the moment and it is really taking more of a toll on me than people think. I go home and go to be most days as I lack energy and me & Liam barely ever go out for nights out, I even hate going to family events as I hate having to put an outfit together that isn't going to make me feel bad about myself.

I have been trying to lose weight for a while but kept going off track and skipping the gym but last month I stepped out of my comfort zone and attended the Gymshark event with my sister. At first I didn't want to go as I thought I would look so out of place and get glared at but none if this actually happened and it seems to have just snapped something inside of my and has given me the motivation to get to the gym and eat better. I think one of the main reasons was finally meeting Behzinga who told me I would smash my weight loss goal just like he did. He has lost a lot of weight and toned up and has been one of my biggest inspirations and motivators lately. 

So what have I done to make changes?

Well now we eat a lot less takeaways and cook better food which is really helping
I am going to try cut alcohol out of my diet when I am at home
A chart is being made for me to track my progress
I bought a new fitness tracker to help me monitor habits
I purchased some new gym clothing to actually motivate me to go
We currently go to the gym at least twice a week
I am holding myself accountable

By holding myself accountable I am hoping I can alter my bad habits and pick up new healthier ones. Plus by holding myself accountable I can't blame anyone else for me putting weight on. To hold myself to doing this I am going to be posting updates on here which include my weight loss between posts, foods I have been trying and what workouts I have been following.

So at the moment I weigh 16 stone 7 & 1/4 lbs and my aim is to get to 10 stone 7 lbs for now but may possibly reduce in the future. Keep checking back to see how I am getting on with the loss and if what I am doing is helping me in any way. If there any specific health and fitness posts you would like to see please let me know.


Soon I won't look like the picture above and will be back to being the happy confident Lucy I was before I gained all this weight.

See you soon
Lucy

Bradford City Transfers So Far


It has been a busy transfer window so far for City and hopefully there may be a little more to come. But honestly after last season a clear out was definitely needed and Bowyer needed to build his own team. Last season was some of the worst football I had seen in a long time from City and I believe it was a mixture of mistakes from those higher up (bye bye Rahic) and managers bringing people in to try salvage any last hope they could. So given we were relegated I don't think there was any doubt Bowyer was going to make changes and in all honesty he hasn't disappointed. He got rid of plenty much to most fans delight and those players were...

Players out 

Adam Chicksen - I was so glad to see this as he really didn't have a good season last season at all. Constantly caught out of position and cheaply giving the ball away then making rash decisions which cost the team greatly. 
Ryan McGowan - I was actually quite gutted about this one as I don't think he was actually given a fair shot plus he did pick up quite a few injuries. In the end he ended up leaving to go back home which I think is a very valid reason, it can't be any good sitting on a bench week in week out or even being forgotten about when you could be getting game time and being with those you love.
Ben Wilson - We didn't really get to see much from Wilson as he was our backup keeper , but honestly I think that at times we could have done with a change to show other fans it wasn't all O'Donnell's fault (yeah he made a few mistakes on his own) but was in fact the defences fault for not playing as they should.
Billy Clarke - This one I was absolutely gutted about, even if they just gave him another season long contract I think we would have been laughing our way to the top of league 2. Clarke would have been brilliant in the lower league as he never fully lost his pace and his movement on and off the ball was actually fantastic. But I guess our loss is another clubs gain.
Alex Jones - In all honesty I was glad to see Jones off our books, he always seemed to be injured. I would much rather have a striker who can play more than half an hour being paid a little more money, than someone who comes on, can't move right well and gets injured again.
Nathaniel Knight-Percival - I won't tell you what I called him for 90% of the season but it wasn't good. With him and Chicksen in our back line we were a liability. I don't know what it was with Knight-Percival but it was like he lost the ability to play week in week out, giving possession away in ridiculously dangerous positions as well as been caught out of position far too often which did us no favours at all. 
Calum Woods - I can't really comment on Woods as again we didn't see much of him due to injury. From what we did see though I think honestly he could have helped us a little if he just stayed injury free.
Cameron Hawkes - Hawkes only played in about 2 games for us before being sent out on loan for the remainder of last season. So you can't really say much about him, at only 19 years old though he could be a player to keep an eye out for in the future.
Callum Gunner - Gunner is another player that we never really saw as he was sent out on loan then left the club at the end of the season.
Tom Clare - Another we picked up and sent out on loan and eventually sold. To be honest he may have been a better choice upfront for most of last season as he may have actually got a goal for us.
Paul Caddis - This is one of the ones I really couldn't understand, Caddis was one of our best players last season and would have done really well for us in league 2 I believe. 
Josh Wright  - I don't know what went on with Wright, one minute the club is bigging him up, making him captain next thing he is nowhere to be seen, not even just on the bench. It wasn't until Bowyer came in that he started playing again and to be fair to him he did quite well in those last few apperances and he ended up leaving to go to Leyton Orient this season.  

So after seeing all those players leave, I think all the fans were getting excited to see who Bowyer was bringing in as most of us know that Bowyer is a manager who can really do well, as we saw at his previous clubs. SO what could he do with City when he built his own squad? Well this is who he brought in...

Players In

Sam Hornby - Finally a goalkeeper who is going to make O'Donnell work for his spot. Apparently when he signed he said he didn't want to be 2nd choice so it is definitely going to be an interesting season to see if the time is split or if Bowyer just sticks to the 1 goalkeeper.
Jackson Longridge - From what I saw of Longridge in preseason he could be a great addition to our bsckline, let's just hope he carries on playing well.
Paudie O'Connor - We got Paudie on loan from Leeds last season and he looked good in those games he played for us, so I was glad to see we signed him on a permanent deal. He is only young and you can already see a lot of potential in him so let's hope he keeps it up this season and becomes a permanent feature for us.
Ben Richards Everton - Another addition to the backline and one I am loving, from what I saw in preseason he was fantastic. Commanding the line and barking out orders to get people to be where they should be. This is something we were really lacking last season as there seemed to be no communication at the back so lets hope this works well for us. 
Tyler French - Another defender to add to the options. I think French may be used more as a backup in case of injuries but after seeing him in preseason he is definitely a good backup to have. He definitely isn't afraid to get stuck in. 
Adam Henley - Another defensive option but one who can play in a position we really need, left back. Granted he may naturally be a right back but he can play left too and he is doing pretty well for us already, definitely better than the one he has come in to replace.  
Zeli Ismail - To be honest I haven't seen much from Ismail, but what I did see was 2 missed penalties. I think he is a player that could do well for us but may benefit more if we were to send him out on loan for a bit.
Matt Palmer - Palmer has come in on loan and what a loan signing he could be. When I have seen him play he has given me the impression he is going to be a bit like Jack Payne as he is quick, skilful but he is also good at winning the ball back when he has lost it and doesn't seem to give up.
Clayton Donaldson - The local lad is back, after being released as a youngster Donaldson has returned home and could just be the striking threat we require plus with his height he really could be an aerial threat. Let's hope he get's on the score sheet plenty of times.
James Vaughan - Our new captain and a fantastic player, Vaughan has done really well at his previous clubs. I think it is a name we will be seeing on the score sheet plenty of times throughout the season and I can't quite believe he has come to us. With his experience I think we can really do well.

We have brought in plenty of defensive options and a few who can actually score goals for a change so I really can't wait to see how this season plays out for us hopefully we can score plenty and actually keep plenty out for a change.

Do you think we have enough now? Or do you think we could do with a few more signings?

See you soon,
Lucy. 

Sidemen Clothing Wish List


I have fallen into the Sidemen trap, in fact I am now watching every videos they bring out on Sidemen Sunday's, the More Sidemen channel and their own channels. The content has me constantly laughing with their reactions and what they get up to, my favourite at the moment has to be their being parents for 24 hours video. Since watching them more often I have found myself loving the Sidemen clothing range too, every-time a video is released one of them is wearing an item I would love for myself.  So here is what I have got my eyes on...

Copyright www.sidemenclothing.com.

I am absolutely loving shorts at the moment, I aren't sure if it because I am in the gym more or if it is just because they are so comfortable for lounging around in. I am after 2 pairs of shorts from the site one will be perfect for the gym and having a kick about whilst the other are great for everyday wear. 1st up we have the Crest activewear shorts which are in the sale at £15 (not a bad price at all), these are the pair I would love for the gym but most importantly football as I love the colours on them along with the strip down the side, they aren't too in your face. The 2nd pair are the Crest Lounge shorts which at full price are still only £22 which when you compare them to other brands are bad at all. They are perfect for everyday as they are subtle and in this grey colour they look pretty smart too.




I have to admit KSI is definitely one of my favourites at the moment so when I was on the site and saw this #TEAMKSI fight t-shirt on the site for just £10 I knew I would want it. The print really does remind me of the Dragonball style graphics and is definitely very Anime, plus it would be great to have for when the rematch finally happens.



One thing I struggle with every year is finding a jacket that will keep me dry but also cool if the weather is still a little warm, one brand who I always trust though is Nike so when I came across this Sidemen x Nike crest windbreaker my eyes lit up plus it is in the sale for only £36.00. This would be perfect for those cooler days when you need a coat thanks to the British weather, but it could also be used if I am out doing some football practise as it is bound to keep me dry. I love the colour on this and how the white detailing stands out from the blue.


Next up we have the taped t-shirt and hoodie, I love these and just fall more in love with them every time I see them.  I love how it just looks so simple yet the taped detailing makes the items pop. It gives me old school Umbro vibes. The t-shirt is £22 and the hoodie is £50 so I think for now I may just opt for a t-shirt and save for a hoodie.


To help me with my weighloss I want to go swimming, which would mean I would need a towel for once I was done. I guess that is the only way I can justify wanting this, but at £16 in the sale it isn't that bad, yes I know you can get them a lot cheaper but I love the logo on here and the colour of it.



Finally we have the Sidemen coaster set which is £12 you get a coaster with each of the members logo on it plus a crest logo. These would be perfect for the games room, as at the moment we only have a few Barcelona ones dotted around. It would just be hard work deciding whose logo I would want to use for myself.

I definitely need to grab a copy of their book too as for some reason I keep forgetting.

Do you own any Sidemen merch/ clothing? If so what have you got?

See you soon
Lucy

Last Week #53


Another week done and dusted and it didn't seem to last 2 minutes. The week was once again filled with plenty of relaxing but also heading to the gym. More Gymshark items were ordered and I made the most out of the items I already have from them. It has been great to actually get back working out and my weight has actually dropped for a change, but more on that in an updated weight loss series that is starting this week. Saturday I even got to go to Leeds to see Rock of Ages at the Grand Theatre which was absolutely fantastic it had me crying with laughter at some parts. After that we did some shopping. Sunday was a chilled morning followed by a bit of shopping which again was great, I picked up a few bits I needed but didn't go overboard for a change. So here is what I had...

Been Watching : YouTube is basically all I watched last week as I am hooked once again, I am all caught up on the Sidemen and even watched a load of decluttering and streetwear videos. I watched the Bradford Bulls vs Toronto on TV too but unfortunately the result didn't go our way. Plus the football is back so a few games of that were watched too.

Been reading : The limit of my reading last week was the Sky Sports Transfer Centre as I try keep up with if Man Utd are actually getting Dybala or Maguire.

Been listening to : To be fair there has been no change from the previous week, it has been Tegan and Sara & KSI all week again.

Bought : I spent quite a bit in Primark (haul coming soon) but to be fair it was either essentials or items I had my eye on for a while. I also got a new cookbook which I actually cant wait to get stuck into. 

Plans for this week : I want to try cook at least 1 meal out of this cookbook, poor Liam is always the one who ends up having to cook but I want to change that. I am hoping to carry on with the gym and get there 3 times once again and continue with losing the weight. Other than that the only other thing I want to achieve is actually getting out and sorting some blog pics out, I have been struggling lately but now I finally have some time.

So there you have it that was my week. What have you guys been up to?

See you soon
Lucy