My mum is a pretty special lady, well that is an understatement. She has been there for me through the good, the bad and the ugly (though part of that I blame her for – why did you let me cut my hair in to a bob before I was introduced to GHDs?!).
We should appreciate our fabulous mummys all year long, however this Sunday is a good time to really show them how much we care for it is Mothers Day!
I enjoy the news, gossip and humour element of twitter, facebook is primarily to catch up with friends, though it has also recently become a hub of funny video links and news stories. LinkedIn is of course for career networking. For me instagram trumps them all, I can never get bored of browsing photos.
Indian cuisine isn’t one that I opt for regularly, mainly because of the guilt I associate with it. It’s not the lightest of meals and I know I will feel sickly full afterwards. However, when they get it right you can leave feeling satisfied and happy without the heavy after feeling.
As you may already know I am a big fan of travelling, but this doesn’t just cover long exotic trips abroad it can be anything from a mini trip to somewhere in Europe or even a weekend break somewhere quaint in the UK.
It is important to take some time out from the London buzz and the UK is full of amazing hotels and cute villages.
My final blog post on my amazing trip to Abu Dhabi and it wouldn’t be a Liv My Way travel post without a copious amount of food snaps. If you like tennis or indeed tennis players then ‘view’ on…
As mentioned, we were visiting over Christmas and as well as staying in the Shangri-La we spent most of our time at my brother-in-law and sister-in-laws gorgeous flat, in the St. Regis complex on Saadiyat Island.
As the days have gotten dark and cold my health plan has gone out of the window. The promise of a comfy sofa in front of an episode of Made in Chelsea is much more appealing than heading to the gym. Hot chocolate has replaced fruit juices and it’s time to get my health back.