There is definitely a theme developing with my travel blogs and just my blog in general…Escapism and living a life less stressed.
When the wonderful people from Virgin Experiences got in touch with me about the opportunity to explore a little bit more of the UK and escape the city I didn’t need asking twice. I had a look at their many and varied staycations online, each a little different from your usual break but I settled on Wales. Continue reading
I have been pretty open to date about the highs and lows of business and how stress can sometimes creep into the entrepreneurial journey if we don’t keep a close eye on our wellbeing. When an opportunity to visit the tranquillity of The Lake District and try out a brand new luxury B and B came up, it was bit of a no-brainer. It was a wonderful weekend and I am happy to share the experience with you.
I took just one day off from The Link App (if you don’t count being on my emails constantly) and drove over 200miles to ‘The Lakes’. It took almost ten hours, which was unusually long and may be the subject of a much less exciting blog. Once there, totally worth it for the dramatic change of pace. I live in London so I don’t drive too many places the prospect of a road trip is even more exciting. We arrived at The Malabar at about 6pm on Friday evening. The Malabar luxury B&B is situated on the edge of the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales at the foot of the Howgill Fells. Run by first-time B& Continue reading
Instagram @misslaurenriley Taking a moment to appreciate this incredible scenery… Still UK but the opposite of my London life #wanderlust #travel #staycation #lakedistrict #views #calm
Every so often in life you get to the stage where you need a break. I don’t mean the ‘yeah I fancy a holiday’ or ‘oh wouldn’t a spa be nice’. I mean I’m working 6 days a week plus and had to cancel my much anticipate trip to South Africa because the business cannot spare me type scenario. Throwing that in there as context, not to moan, I make my own choices and love what I do but this little trip meant a lot to me. Continue reading