At the end of April I went on my annual family trip to Queensland to see my grandparents. They live right on the beach in a tiny town, full of retirees, so I basically had the beach to myself and it was amazing.
Making up for lost time
I had a really good week of training this week so decided to have today off to relax and recover. I do my best not to have days off training as I always feel bad about it (especially seeing as I was too sick to train for the better part of this year so far), however, I think it was definitely needed. Sometimes I have to remind myself that resting is important too as it gives your body time to recover and ensures you don’t burn out.
I haven’t been to the Easter show for over 5 years now so oh my god I was keen to go this year. I went with my sister last Thursday and we honestly had so much fun!
If you go, you have to be prepared to spend a bit of money but it is sooo worth it, especially if you haven’t been for a few years!
As you guys already know, my name is Tara. I’ve lived in Australia my whole life but I travel whenever I get the chance. A number of you have started to join my blogging journey so I thought I would introduce myself a little bit more.
This year, instead of my usual 10 New Years resolutions, I decided to set myself 100 things to do/achieve in 2018 (I know I’m late to the party with this post as it’s already Feb, but it’s better than March, am I right?)
At the beginning of January I set off to Thailand with my boyfriend. We decided to stay in Phuket as it was right in the heart of everything. It was such a great holiday and, although it wasn’t very relaxing because we fit sooo much in, it was definitely refreshing!
So without further ado I thought I would share with you a couple of my highlights from the trip.