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Recently I spent some time in the Highlands of Scotland on a family holiday. I absolutely love Scotland and have spent many holidays there with my family over the years. It is such a stunning country and is the ideal place to spend time reconnecting with the outdoors, nature, and just taking in the amazing scenery and simplicity of it all. We went on lots of walks with our two Westies, and for Scotland, we had some really great weather.
When on holiday I like to have a few more drinks than normal. Who doesn’t. So I’m confessing to this fact, and admitting that I had a drink every day. I don’t drink excessively by any means, but I do enjoy the odd pint or gin now and again. Sometimes it is too easy to slip in to the habit having an alcoholic drink every day, and I have to be careful the my Friday/Saturday night drink doesn’t turn in to Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday night drinks when my pain is bad or I’m having a tough week. Alcohol is a relaxant, so for me, one drink is enough.
Since coming back from holiday it’s been quite full on – getting back in to my work routine, doing house chores, attending a Hen Do, and doing my daughter duties to help my mum and dad with their trips to the hospital. They don’t live local to me so I’ve been traveling about a bit too. I need to ensure I find time for relaxing so I don’t over do things and get too tired and drained. Tiredness always make my pain so much harder to manage, so time to relax is an essential part of my pain management.
THE NEXT TWO PROMPTS ARE BELOW BUT YOU MAY LIKE TO READ read more about my recent holiday to scotland
This is a tough word to use as a prompt as I don’t think I’ve never really thought about what it means nor have I intentionally used it. I know what it means, but it’s not in my usual vocabulary. Something I often find myself doing without realising it though, is romanticising about my blog and how successful I can make it. And when it’s grown and grown I can give up work and become a full-time blogger. But I know this will never happen as it’s not that straightforward and in reality, isn’t something I’d be happy or willing to do. I love the security and challenges of my day job too much.
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