Anyhoo, how've you been? Good I hope. Here's the headlines:
Christmas (remember that??) was great – we've finally got our head's round managing the time we spend with our (lovely) families at Christmas – they just want to see Evie but we need to keep her in a bit of a routine for our own sanity. I think we got it right this year, and had some lovely days out just the three of us.
The image above is from one of my favourite days, when we had a lovely walk around nearby Kedleston Hall (20mins drive away from us).
Now a little confession - for one reason or another, I've been neglecting to make the walk into work recently. We're still going for walks as a family at the weekend but long-time visitors may remember what a big deal I made about this seemingly simple aspect of my day last year.
I'm determined to get back onto it ( however it is difficult to get motivated when you've had a disturbed and stressful night's sleep) so this another one of those things where I publish a blog in the hope that it will kick me up the arse and get me to stop making excuses.
I will walk into work before the end of this week - it's strange how terrifying it is for me to type it!
But on the day after a study finds short bouts of moderately intense activity can have a big impact on tiredness levels of people with MS (which let's face it, we all know anyway), what have I got to lose?
On top of the short burst of "Yogo" I do with Evie in the morning (she's surprisingly persuasive), I'll be Supersonic by year-end.
(But still, NOT a resolution).