I have been a keen traveller for as long as I can remember. From childhood holidays to Spain, Portugal, Florida and many more to my first solo trip on a student exchange to Quebec aged 16, I have always loved the thrill of discovering somewhere new to me. As a painfully shy child, I would never have imagined that I would do the student exchange and what it would lead to. Spending a month with the host family in Quebec, surrounded by a language I only new through GCSE European French (there is a difference!), really boosted my confidence and upon my return I knew that I would be spending more time travelling than studying. I hadn't ever figured out what I would do at university anyway, so I don't think it was much of a shock to anyone when I made my education a travelling one.
My 10 km run raising money for Alzheimer's Society is only 10 short days away now and I have stepped up my training. I feel that I'm ready now and am really excited about the event. I'm not going to break any records but as it's my first ever 10 km whatever time I get will be a personal best!
We absolutely love being Babymoov ambassadors and as well as reviewing their brilliant Physiological Carrier and City changing bag, we also recently attended the launch of their extended changing bag range where there really is a style for every occasion and taste. Toby is 1 next week and so he is eating quite a substantial amount now and I carry healthy snacks with me wherever we go as well as trying my best to cook healthy meals for him. We were very excited to receive a parcel the other day which had some Babymoov products in it all about eating.
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