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binäre optionen börsenspiel I am not usually the one for crime stories or programmes but at the moment I seem to be loving anything crime related! I have read Chris Carters book’s before (read my review on One by One here) and my partner got given a couple of books for his Birthday – hence I stole them off him!

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watch I really enjoyed The Night Stalker, particularly the ending because there is such a twist that I really did not see coming at all. In the book Hunter come’s across many suspects that I found it really quite difficult to tell who it was which adds to the whole fun guessing who it is. Chris Carter as well as being a author is also a criminal psychologist and his knowledge helps make the crimes more realistic, you don’t feel as if the crime is unrealistic and this adds to this thriller.

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http://orpheum-nuernberg.de/?bioede=beste-broker-f%C3%BCr-bin%C3%A4re-optionen&8a2=ed The Birmingham 10k is my first race of the year (I was meant to run the Stafford Half but I fell ill so couldn’t). I have done quite a few of these races now so I know what bit and pieces I need to take with me. Here is what I took with me on a race day:

Bottle of water

http://missionnorman.org/emiios/948 I don’t run with it but I make sure I am regularly drinking water up until I start. This is to prevent me from being dehydrated. I always drink all the water at the hydration stations as well, even if I am not thirsty to help keep me hydrated. I was dehydrated after I ran the Manchester 10k last year and I had a banging headache and felt rubbish for the rest of the day afterwards. I learnt my lesson.

Shorts and vest top

http://syaden.net/?giniefr=rencontre-homme-sportif-celibataire&af9=dc In races and in general I tend to run in shorts most of the time because I would be boiling hot if I ran in joggers. I prefer vest tops rather than a normal shirts however as I am running on behalf of #teamuob I will be wearing the blue top we have all been given. I always make sure they are microfibre so it can take the sweat away.

Anti-chafing cream

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Safety Pins

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Running belt

My running belt holds my phone, that is literally what I use it for!

Garmin watch and phone

My Garmin watch (forerunner 325) I absolutely love, I use to track my progress and record on Strava. I used to use my phone to record my route on Strava but it drains the battery.

Image of protein bottle, water bottle, shirt, watch, safety pins, cereal bar and running belt.

Cereal Bars

I make sure I have a cereal bar ready so I don’t feel hungry before I run and I don’t eat it all if I don’t need too. For some reason my body just feels better having satisfied the hunger cravings with a couple of bites.

Energy Gels

I use these when I go running, I probably wouldn’t use it for a 10k but I do take it with me just in case I feel I need the boost.

Joggers and jacket

After the race I like to wrap up warm with the joggers and a light jacket.

Protein Drink

You do usually get a free protein drink when you finish, I just take mine with me just incase.

Spare hairbands

My hair band has snapped in a dualathlon before and it is annoying having your hair everywhere, so I always take a spare.

Suncream

I am going to have sore legs anyway so I don’t want to be sunburnt as well!

What do you take with you on race day?

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Following on from my last post I wrote a little while back about board games to play I have four more board games to get stuck into.

Catan

A recent board game that was introduced to me. Catan has been around for a while, the main aim of the game is to build the largest settlement. It is a strategic game because you can only build settlements within a certain distance of someone else’s settlements, you can build roads and cities with the aim of gaining 10 victory points.

221b Baker Street

This game based on the famous Sherlock Holmes stories. The aim of the game is to solve the case by gathering clues. The clues are hidden in a different location which you get to by rolling the dice and moving your counter around the board travelling through different places in London such as the newsagents, Docks and a museum. The winner has to race back to 221b Baker Street first and guess correctly.

Pairs

Ok not a board game but I was given the Ladybird memory game by a friend for Christmas. I really enjoy it as I love the vintage designs of the cards.

Sweet Valley High

This game is such a laugh, a vintage board game I got off ebay for a great price (it is worth over £80 on Amazon). The aim of the game is for your character to get their items and their boyfriends for their party. The item cards are faced downwards so you cannot see them. Their are two detention cards which mean you miss a turn and you can pick up cards which can make you put an item back or steal someone else’s boyfriend.

Rebecca with her blue Ford KA

This month is National Car Care month and it is obvious by neglecting maintaining your car will cost you more in the long term with larger repairs which will likely result in devaluing your car or even worse causing an accident that could have been prevented.

For those of you that are long time readers of my blog, you may remember me talking about when I passed my driving test on my fourth go. It was incredibly stressful but I was so happy when I could drive around in my Ford KA and now in my Ford Fiesta without having someone with me! I was contacted recently by KAP Motor Group to talk about how I care for my car and today’s blog post is all about what checks I do and what I get a car mechanic to do.

How I maintain my car

I always do my tyres in one go whilst I am at a petrol station putting air in my tyres. To make sure I know the correct pressure beforehand I check on Google. I do a quick check with the tyre tread as well by doing the 20p test. If you can see the outer band of the coin then you need to get your tyre changed. I also check for any nails, other wear or tear or bulges, all stuff that you had to revise for the driving practical test.

The oil, screen wash, brake fluid and engine coolant are checked to see if they need topping up. I also check that all the lights are working, I do this when either my partner is out with me so he can check or when I get home and it is dark. I tend to have in the car a spare bulb so I can change a light if I need too and wipers I change when I notice they are not working as well when I am driving.

When I go to the garage

I take my car to the garage if there is an odd noise or if something doesn’t feel right when I drive, also if my tracking needs doing, changing my tyres or the battery.

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Do you perform your own checks or do you go to a garage?

 

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My recent read was given to me by my good friend Sophie (we seem to have a mini book club going on here!) I had seen Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine on the shelves of the supermarkets but it never spurred my interest enough even though it was a COSTA Book Awards Winner 2017. Safe to say it was an unexpected read that I enjoyed.

Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine tells the story of Eleanor Oliphant, a 30 year old woman who lives and works in Glasgow in an office job with no prospects. She is bullied at work because she doesn’t have anything in common and she has no outside interests, Eleanor drinks and sleeps all weekend to kill time and everything she does outside her office is neatly timetabled. Pizza on Fridays and phone calls with her mum every Wednesday. We learn that her mother is in prison and she was brought up in care.

Eleanor’s life changes when she is walking back from work with Raymond, a guy she met in IT who fixed her computer when a man collapses in the street. This encounter triggers a series of events from falling for a band member she has never met, getting to know Raymond better and finally moving on from what has been haunting her the majority of her life.

At first I thought Eleanor Oliphant was really crazy however as I got further into the book and gained more of an understanding about her background. I realised that Eleanor has been through a lot and you can understand why she acts the way she does. You get to understand a woman who has been through a lot and you feel how debilitating loneliness can be. You see why Eleanor held herself back over so many years.

Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine is Gail Honeyman’s first novel, I learnt that Gail decided to write a novel after her 40th birthday. Reece Wetherspoon through her production company Hello Sunshine has bought the rights to turn the book into a film. At the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair the book was involved in a eight way bidding fair for rights (which eventually went to Harper Collins). I cannot wait to see what the film version is like and I really hope the film is shot in Glasgow and not in America!