These two are my absolute favs...Life would be boring without them 💙 Anyone who's interested in hearing about my dogs, their likes and dislikes, their individual personality traits etc, just ask...I'll happily take up 2 hours of your time 😂
Andy, Ash and Estin are taking part in this year's Male Trail to raise money for Rowcroft Hospice.
The Male trail is a 8 mile charity walk starting at Torquay Rugby Club, following the South west Coastal Path. Highlights of the event include a Hakka warm up, a few 'watering holes' along the way, a pint pasty and Rugby on completion and whole lot of bromance!! Rowcroft Hospice play a huge part in our local community, caring for people with life limiting illnesses and their families facing the hardest days imaginable.
Our target of £265 will fund the cost of providing bereavement support to a patient’s loved one (for an average of 10 sessions)
Rowcroft is a charity and relies heavily on donations to provide its services #bromance#charity#greatcause#rowcrofthospice#charitywalk#maletrail#lads#rugby#beers
Let’s talk about SLEEP for a hot second!
When I was 15 I caught glandular fever (or mono, if you’re American) and it totally destroyed my nervous system. I was bed-ridden for weeks and truth be told it never quite went away, so by the age of 19 I was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Of course the best thing for that was to spend the best part of 10 years going out, getting shitfaced and not looking after my body. When I used to go out I would spend days trying to catch up on the lost sleep, never quite feeling awake unless I was back out getting drunk. Couple that with the lost sleep from anxiety about what I’d said or done and it made for a nightmare (pun intended).
Since going sober I don’t just sleep well, I sleep incredibly. Like Snow White after a bite of that shitty apple, some might say. It might be something to do with that when I do sleep, I sleep deeper and my body fully enters REM sleep. Or it could be because the way I live my life now means I am never at war with my own conscience. More likely though, it’s both.
I don’t speak often about having CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) because most of the time I forget I have it, but as I know it is something a lot of people will be suffering from out there, I wanted to share.