Welcome to my December round-up.
December was a busy month with Massage treatments and Reflexology for both new and old clients. I always check in a day or two after the treatments with my clients to see how they are and I’m always delighted to receive feedback like this one below..
Once again a Christmas voucher for a “The Holistic Toolkit” treatment was a hit with those who want to give the gift of a relaxation and so I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who purchased one of these for others (or themselves) and I am already looking forward to meeting you all in the new year.
Mindspace December Calender:
If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook you might have noticed that I took part in the wonderful “challenge” that “Mindspace Mayo” were promoting. 31 different ways where you can think about you mental health and do something that keeps you in a happy and healthy Mindspace.
This was a fun challenge that reminded me to practice kindness daily, to appreciate the outdoors, to spend time my friends nearby, to contact family further a field, to get good sleep, to eat well, to exercise my mind and body. All of which I aim to do and equally promote here with my posts and blogs.
Commas and Ampersands Photo Challenge:
Each December I also participate in a photo challenge to help me get into the Christmas spirit and for a bit of giggle and this year I choose this one.
It was slightly different that the ones I normally pick and had me taking photos of anything from “Ribbon” to “Maps” and “Season” and “Golden”. I hope you enjoyed my take on this challenge. Comment below if you took part in any December challenge. Id love to hear about it.
Spotted in a Magazine:
I also love when I spot my tweets been published in one my favourite magazines – Healthy Magazine. The next time you are in Holland and Barrett, be sure to pick up a copy. This magazine always has great articles, about healthy eating, exercise, healthy lifestyle and much more.
This month I read:
Behind her eyes – Sarah Pinsbourough
I read this book on BorrowBox. If you are looking for a good suspense mystery book as your next read, this is the one for you. It’s easy to read with a slightly off the beaten path storyline and an ending you will not be able to predict. (I don’t want to spoil it by saying anymore!)
Unravelling Oliver – Liz Nugent
I listened to this on Borrow Box and it made my commuting so much fun. This is a crime novel with an excellent story line and read by a full cast so you don’t get bored with the same voice. It has a great mixture of crime, suspense, love, lust and hate and I even found myself laughing out loud once or twice. (which got a few weird looks from the other commuters!)
I’m currently in the middle of the following two books “Someone please help me.. do I did” by Sharon Fitzmaurice and “The hearts invisible furies” by John Boyne so I will let you know how I get on in my January round-up.
As always please feel free to comment below with any book recommendations you think I might like.
Happy New Year:
I will have a separate blog with a round-up of 2017 but I just want to take this time to wish each and every one of you ..
“12 months of happiness, 52 weeks of fun, 365 days of success, 8,760 hours of good health, 52,600 minutes of good luck and 3,153,600 seconds of joy….Happy New Year”