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gay professionals dating london Liane Moriarty, you may have heard her name but not sure where. Liane is the writer of Big Little Lies, the hit programme on Sky Atlantic starring Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Shailene Woodley. Today’s book I am reviewing however, The Husband’s Secret, is a good romance novel but I wouldn’t say as on par with Big Little Lies.

see url http://www.romagnamotorsport.it/?binarnewe=migliori-grafici-forex&5a8=22 Rachel at the school is convinced that the new PE teacher at the Primary School, Connor, is her daughter’s murderer. For not other reason than he just seems to be a bit werid. Tess who enrols Liam at the school falls for Connor and decides to have a bit of fun with him. So where does Cecilia fit in? Well Cecilia’s kids go to the same school. Cecilia one day opens up a letter she found from John- Paul address to her and only to be opened when he has died. Cecilia opens it anyway and find’s a confession of Janey’s murder.

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köp Viagra sverige That was the first half the book, the second half deals with Cecilia coping with John-Paul’s confession, Rachel becoming more and more convinced that Connor is the murderer and Tess trying to deal with her emotions over Will now Connor has appeared in her life. A horrid accident happens as well, but I will let you read the book to find out about that!

source url I had to admit the book took a while to get going and it felt that I was reading three separate stories at first. But it gets so good, especially seeing how Cecilia copes with John-Paul’s confession. The book is set in Australia and I can imagine the book is describes Australian middle class utopia perfectly. Overall as long as you get through the first half and not get bored,

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go site Since the Great North Run ballot has been announced and I got in, I felt it was the right time to talk about my training for my upcoming races this year concluding with the Birmingham International Marathon in October. It will be my first marathon and I decided to undertake the massive challenge as I really wanted to push myself.

http://joetom.org/masljana/3452 The idea to run came in October last year when I completed the Birmingham Half. Unexpectedly I found the half quite easy and it made me think whether I should push and do the full marathon. I had also completed a dualathlon and triathlon through GoTri and this had given me the confidence to push myself. Hence in January I decided to bite the bullet and enter the Birmingham International Marathon, I have no desire to ever do another one, I just want to see how I get on and raise some money at the same time.

My running history

http://tjez.gob.mx/perdakosis/3442 As a kid I was always good at cross country running rather than track, living up to my personal mantra of slow and steady wins the race, and I represented my school in cross country when I was 11. I took up cross country running later in sixth form and I got incredibly fit. I remember in lower sixth I was running every week and I came sixth in the school’s annual cross country run. I didn’t go to cross running in the next year and noticed a massive difference that I actually moved 10 places down to 16th. It was there early on I learnt about the importance of maintaining fitness.

Fast forward 10 years, before last year I wasn’t really a runner I was more of a cyclist. Cycling many miles around Stoke and later South Staffs on the weekends and weekdays in the warmer months. What made me switch to running was that it was quicker not having to get all the equipment ready and also a lot of people I knew had taken up running, mainly by taking part in Park Run. By running it meant I could get involved in the conversations and even enter in races together. My first race was the Manchester 10k and since then I have done the Cannock Chase 10k, Race for Life 5k, Stafford Half, Birmingham International Half Marathon and a couple of virtual 5k runs.

zyprexa klonopin 4mg In terms of fitness I have always been fit and I have always kept up with regular exercise since my school days. I aim to exercise at least three times a week but now for the training I have upped it to five times a week.

So why Birmingham?

dutas 1mg 2.5mg I did put in for the ballot for the London Marathon but I didn’t get in (surprise, surprise) and I wanted to do a marathon in a place which meant something to me. I had recently started a new job in Birmingham and I live in the West Midlands so felt that to complete a marathon where I live would be ideal. It also means I don’t need to worry about accommodation. As I had ran the half marathon last year, I knew the route would be similar so it feels even more achievable.

So what about training?

seroflo cost übersetzung I know that to succeed, I need to stick to a regular training schedule. After looking around on Pinterest I found one by Women’s Running, it is a 12 week plan and although the marathon is more than 12 weeks away I thought it would be good to keep me motivated, allows me to see where my weaknesses are and gives me more time to work on them. Also if I felt like having an extra rest day, I could afford too. My training has upped to five days a week which I am not finding to be too much of a massive difference but it is early days!

How is the training going?

I am more or less sticking to schedule, I keep a diary which lists everything that I eat and exercise and I tick off the chart as I go along. I got given for christmas a Garmin vivosmart 3 which has been handy in keeping track of what fitness I do. I have used Strava for a very long time now so I use this as well, I do have an obsession with seeing where I have ran by the red line and seeing if I have beaten my personal records.

I have found it at times to be quite a lonely process, training on my own. I tried joining a run club but they were all faster than me and because I was travelling further for my job, there really wasn’t any point. I am planning to look for run chat groups on twitter to talk about training and keep me motivated.

It is a huge undertaking in terms of time. In the evenings after I have been to work, ran, showered it is pretty much time for bed. I really don’t do much else.

What are you wearing to train?

Since I do quite a lot of sport quite regularly I already had quite a lot of kit. For outdoors I alternate between a small Primark scarf I got years ago to a free buff I got from a mountain bike magazine. I tend to wear an long sleeved top (Aldi do some cheap ones) and a long sleeved cycling top (purely because it is reflective) I alternate between some leggings I got from Nike a few years back and these gymshark ones which are amazing! The best leggings I have ever brought, they fit so well! I recently brought these by gymshark also so cannot wait to try them out! My trainers are Adidas Falcon Elite 3, I brought these ages ago but you can still get them online. I brought them originally as I wanted a trainer that was an ‘all rounder’ as I did a lot of circuit training. They are serving me well but I will invest a pair of running shoes before the marathon as I am taking running more seriously and with the miles I am putting in, the shoes won’t last!

What are your aims for your next three weeks of training?

I aim to have nailed a pretty decent warm up and warm down routine by the time my next blog post goes live. I always skip a warm up in the aim to get outside and get it over with as fast as possible, when I get back I would just quickly stretch, protein shake and then shower and the next few day’s I would really feel it. I am feeling it in my knees more as well. I will also try and make some time to get involved more in chat groups on Twitter. By week six I should have ran 12 miles so it will be interesting to see how well I do. Finally I want to look more into which charity I want to support.

Run Schedule

Sunday 18th March – Stafford Half

Sunday 6th May – Great Birmingham 10k (with team University of Birmingham)

Sunday 9th September – Great North Run

Sunday 14th October – Birmingham International Marathon

Are you doing the Birmingham International or running another marathon, let me know in the comments below!

View of the forest in Costa Rica

Costa Rica in Central America is the ideal country to visit if you want beaches and stunning wildlife. If you are thinking about booking a trip or are lucky enough to have already booked a trip to the country of Pura Vida read on.

Tortuguero

Image of the Tortuguero Evergreen Lodge Waterways

Tortuguero, located in the Limon Province and on the Caribbean side of the country, is a National Park about a hour and a half from the mainland which you can only get to by boat. Tortuguero is known best for its turtles however I went out of season so didn’t see any. I stayed at the Evergreen Lodge and we had a boat tour around the waterways where we saw camen, sloths, white faced monkeys and howler monkeys which sounded like hogs.

Trees Tortuguero Costa Rica

At Evergreen Lodge you get to stay in your own cabin, which doesn’t have any glass windows (they are just covered by mosquito mesh!) to allow you to have an even more authentic experience as you can hear all of the wildlife. The Howler Monkeys in the morning sounded like hogs! You will also visit the village of Tortuguero, the village was tiny- it was essentially a street. It is the perfect opportunity to buy souvenirs and have a smoothie or ice cream.

Tortuguero Costa Rica view of a beach with black sands

Tips for Tortuguero:

  • Buy lots of mosquito spray, you will need it in the middle of the rainforest!
  • There will be lots of time on a boat, so if you are prone to being travel sick buying tablets is a must.
  • It can get quite cold at night so bring some warm clothes (and a torch if you go on a night walk!).

Image of a sloth on the tree in Tortuguero Costa Rica

Alajuela

View of the Arenal Volcano Costa Rica

Home of the Arenal volcano the La Fortuna region is a popular location for tourists. When I was there I visited the Mistico Arenal Hanging Bridges. It is popular because the bridges allow you to see the forest from above. There are 15 bridges and 6 of them are hanging, you can walk through the park yourself or you can hire a tour guide. I 100% recommend the tour guide unless you know the wildlife in Costa Rica very well you wouldn’t see not even half the animals that you can see. The guides are very knowledgable about the park and show you wildlife through the telescope. There are other activities you can do such as zorbing, rappelling and night tours.

Macaw Parrott Proyecto Asis

Proyecto Asis is a wildlife centre that I visited. The main aim of Proyecto Asis is to rehabilitate animals that have either been hit by transport or rescued from owners or in some cases hotels. The guide was very helpful, he knew the animals very well. It was interesting to learn that the parrot hybrids that were being bred and selling for up to 20,000 dollars were being let out into the wild and destroying the natural Scarlett and Great Green macaw’s. There was this toucan that had a broken beak and it was lovely to hear that a prosthetic beak was being made for it.There were lots of white faced and howler monkeys that were going to be released back into the wild. I chose the package so I could feed them which was lovely.

There are many natural hot springs around La Fortuna due to the volcano. I visited Ecotermales in Fortuna and it was amazing! There was about 5 pools all of varying temperatures and a cold pool as well. There are two time slots a day that you can book onto, to stop the spa being filled with people. I went late in the evening and the lighting was so pretty, it was all low level yellow light so it doesn’t feel clinical.

Tips for Alajuela:

  • Make sure visit one of the many springs, there are so many and you can book last minute.
  • You will find amenities more spaced out in this area and the roads are very thin so you will find you will need to travel by taxi a lot more.

Monteverde

Image of Rebecca Merchant in Monteverde

Monteverde is home to the famous Monteverde Cloud Forest and Reserve situated in the Puntarenas Province. The Cloud reserve was voted one of 7 natural wonders of Costa Rica. Costa Rica is well known for its eco-tourism (more on this later) and the Cloud Forest and Reserve only allow 250 visitors a day. So to guarantee entry you are best off going in the morning. The Cloud Forest consists of paths so you don’t need to bring your walking boots and you can either take a guided tour or walk by yourself. I recommend a guided tour as you will be able to spot all sorts of animals and learn about the history of the area.

Hummingbirds feeding on the feeder

Just outside the Cloud Forest and Reserve there is a cafe called Cafe Colibri, colibri means hummingbird and the cafe attracted lots of hummingbirds! These birds are gorgeous and are quite tame so you can get up to them quite close.

View of the inside of Cafe Colibri Monteverde

Due to Monteverde’s location in the mountains, the weather continuously changes. It would literally rain, be extremely windy and then have the sun beating down all in one hour! So you do find yourself pulling off all the layers you have put on.

View of the rainforest from the Rainbow Valley Lodge

St Elena is where the majority of tourist and food shops were located, it is a very small town but has everything you could need for your stay.

Tips for Monteverde:

  • It can get very cold and wet so bring layers! I remember sitting in the hotel bed with all of my layers on being absolutely frozen and not being able to put the heating on because there wasn’t any central heating!
  • I stayed at the Rainbow Valley Lodge, which I really recommend. My room was the double room with mountain view and I loved it, I felt so lucky just to look outside my bed and see the forest and parrots flying above.
  • Costa Rica was the first country in the world to pioneer zip lines. I went to the 100% Aventura Adventure Park in Monteverde which is home to the longest zip line in Latin America. You could go superman style on the zip line or the usual sitting style. Unfortunately the day I went it was so cloudy that I couldn’t see much at all but for the thrill seekers amongst you, you have to do it.

Guanacaste

Bahia del Sol Hotel Guanacaste Costa Rica view of the beach and a blue and brown outdoor chair set

This was the last place I visited on my stay at Costa Rica. I stayed in Playa Potrero which is home to essentially warm sandy beaches, fishing and water sports. For myself and my partner this was the relaxing part of the holiday so we really didn’t do much other than lounge around the hotel and eat at various restaurants.

View of the beach and birds in Guanacaste Costa Rica

Tips for Guanacaste:

  • Perlas restaurant is a great American themed bar. They have lots of live music and great Costa Rican and American food.
  • Another good restaurant is The Beach House selling traditional Costa Rican food, cocktails and again live music.
  • If pizza takes your fancy The Restaurant at the Sailing Centre (yes that it’s name) had great pizza.

San Jose

San Jose is the capital and the largest city in Costa Rica. I spent an afternoon there on my last full day before I flew home. There are a lot of places to go shopping, if you are looking for a bit of culture you could visit the National Theatre of Costa Rica, Museo Nacional de Costa Rica and the Costa Rican Centre of Science and Culture.

Tips for San Jose

  • There is no such thing as the highway code in San Jose but Costa Rica in general, be really careful when you are crossing the road or driving in Costa Rica.

Getting around Costa Rica

Guanacaste Playa Portero Costa Rica

Travelling around Costa Rica is fairly straight forward, the two main bus companies used was Interbus and Gray Line. Booking an Uber is cheaper than using taxi’s in San Jose.

Image of a Christmas Tree made out of plastic bottles in Tortuguero Costa Rica

Overall Costa Rica provided me with such a variety of experiences from the urban to the natural side. Costa Rica is very popular for its eco tourism and is miles ahead in terms of protecting the environment and take pride in this. I saw Christmas trees made out of bottles, Ecotermals had an integrated waste disposal system allowing 100% of its waste to be processed and shops allowing you to take back bottles for a price. The locals are so friendly and will go out of their way to help you.

 

 

Image of the book Mad Girl by Bryony Gordon

As mental health is quite rightly getting the air time it deserves, Bryony Gordon a journalist with The Telegraph and mental health campaigner tells us her story with Mad Girl with candid honesty about mental illness from when she was thirteen the day after going to a Smash Hits Polls Winner Party to the present day and how she has deals with alopecia, bulimia and drug dependency.

I feel that so many people will be able to relate to Bryony’s experiences from dropping out of university to not understanding why she is feeling the way she is when nothing has happened at home. I remember clearly when Bryony talked about the first time she went to the Doctor to get help and the Doctor telling her to book another appointment when it gets worse, her Mum and Bryony get into the car talk about it and go back in that day and book an appointment. Her astonishing accounts of OCD, (I remember reading that she brought her iron into work as she couldn’t convince herself that it was switched off), are really interesting. Bryony goes into great depth about her OCD and recalls some experiences that I could imagine other suffers wouldn’t want people (especially in a book that anyone could read!) to know.

Mad Girl isn’t preachy and Bryony doesn’t write in a way which she wants sympathy from the reader, it is just true honesty. From the back of this Bryony hosts a podcast called Mad World with The Telegraph and also created Mental Health Mates which a regular meet-up in parks for those with mental health issues.

According to Mind every year 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem. This means where ever you are in the workplace or classroom it is very likely that there will be someone you know has a mental health problem. If you want to understand more about mental health issues Mad Girl is a great starter.

 

 

 

Image of the book One by One by Chris Carter

*contains spoilers*

I love reading but I am not a massive fan of thriller books, until I read One by One by the Sunday Times number one bestseller Chris Carter.

One by One tells the story of Robert Hunter who is a detective with the LAPD. One day he receives a phone call at his office from a mysterious man who makes Robert choose how an innocent man is murdered. The killings continue and with the murderer seemingly always one step ahead, how many more people are going to die before Robert catches him. 

I read this book whilst I was on holiday, I had ran out of books so borrowed my partner’s. The blurb looked good so I gave it a go. I had to admit I was hooked from the first chapter it was very well interlinked with the murder, use of the internet to advertise the killings and psychology. The book also contains two very strong female characters- one is Robert’s boss and the other Michelle White is a talented female hacker in the FBI. What was really good was that there was no romance in the book, as soon as Michelle was introduced as a character I was thinking ‘oh no I bet Robert and her will end up becoming an item’ and take the book down a different route, but it didn’t. This was because I didn’t want the female to be the love interest.

At no point did I think that the story had gone on for too long, the chapters were short (the book is 500 pages long) and the writing focuses less on description but more on explaining the scene and moving on. The crimes (there is more than one) are explained in quite specific detail and demonstrates very well the ugly side of human nature. Overall I really would recommend the book if you want to have a story that keeps you guessing with lots of action.