The last time I wrote something I had kicked off at the gym, needless to say, that didn’t last. I had clean forgot that whenever I went to a gym it was always for a cardio work out; Zumba, Afro dance or aerobics etc, it never was direct hardcore training. I don’t like it at
I don’t know why but I found myself Google searching Serena Williams, I never really paid attention to tennis, to be honest. Every time I would hear Wimbledon, all I would think is oh! Serena Williams, she’s nailed it. In my mind, I knew it was a given she would win. Then I watched this
Dar Diaries , Life , TanzaniaMy Body’s Rude Awakening
The first day of gym ended in an awkward revival of energy I didn’t even know I would have left on Friday evening. I haven’t gymed in almost 10 years, I was more drawn to Zumba for the past couple of years which ground to a halt about 4 years ago. I tried to get back
Today was a fabulous day! I lived! I genuinely lived! It was a public holiday and I needed some desperate rest, last week was so bad, for two days I couldn’t seem to get past my front door. I was so exhausted. This week has been a bit better, but today makes me feel alive!
I am back in Dar es Salaam, there is nothing that prepares you for the heat. The shift from 9 degrees Celsius to 25 degrees is such a shock to my system. But I am also beginning to realise just how fast my body is adjusting to the heat of Dar es Salaam, I can
Today I am in Mbeya, it is a region in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania, and it is super cold I am feeling the Nairobi cold, my feet are cold in my shoes and my clothes are starting to feel wet. It’s a shock from the heat and humidity of Dar. The flight here was