Last week I gave you an update on how we did at the Cancer Research UK #ShineWalk.
It was a surreal experience, and I am so glad we managed to complete the half marathon!
Now, being in London meant that even though it was raining, there were plenty of amazing sights we wandered past, and London sure is beautiful by night, wet or not!
I promised I would share the images, so here they are! Courtesy of my Huawei Pro P20 phone!
You can see the iconic Shard, St Paul’s Cathedral, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, and a few other places!
And here are a few images of different things we saw, en route.
Love a bit of graffiti, and Jack the Clipper? Perfect! I think I need to visit The Clink in the daylight!
But one of my favourite images is this. No filter used either!
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Great leaders today are successful and famous. That does not mean that people can not be great leaders in their office, community or town. The greatness of a leader depends to a large degree on how they treat their followers and everybody else they deal with on a daily basis. Natural talent and a mindset that overcomes setbacks also add a lot to the package.
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It was a beautiful weekday and a funny feeling as well, when you were away from work on a workday, on a holiday, enjoying the beautiful weather, great company and the rejuvenation of the seaside…..
In the Northern Hemisphere, it’s back-to-school time. As people put away their beach blankets for the year, we often see a resurgence in blogging. Not quite feeling motivated to face your keyboard just yet? Here’s some inspiration from three diverse bloggers on why they maintain a blogging habit.
To get more comfortable with yourself
“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” — Henry David Thoreau
At mix it up with curves, style blogger Vivian sees fashion on a budget as an outlet for her creativity. In sharing the outfits she creates, she wants “to make getting dressed (and living life) feel good for all.” Blogging has helped her expand her comfort zone.
Taking the initial steps to start a blog was the hardest part. Although my close friends and family were on board, most people didn’t get the concept.
My experience has been that…
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I love lemons too… a cold Corona and a wedge of lemon…. bliss
When life gives you lemons, you make Lemon-Basil Chicken of course! And maybe a lemon bundt cake or some lemon bars and of course lemonade to wash it down! Poor lemons, they get such a bad rap, they’re the iconic bad news messenger, the stormy threatening clouds on a sunny day, the wet blanket, the Eeyore from Winnie-The-Pooh. Well, I like lemons, they’re tart and jarring on their own, but paired with other sweet and rich flavors they’re wonderful. And like life if you didn’t have any lows you wouldn’t know the wonders of the highs! Well, this recipe is very delicious, matching the tart lemony flavor with smooth richness of butter and herbal notes from the basil. So give this dish a try it’s very tasty, healthy, and flavorful, its Ejlicious! Thank you for reading and I hope you have a great week! One last piece of advice…
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