Football in a Covid World!

If you don't know I'm a massive football fan. Not the premiership. Not even one of the big European teams (well I do have a soft spot for Barcelona). No I'm a proud fan of Cambridge United. I saw my first game in 1990 when we played at Wembley and since then I've been hooked. We've had some great times (playing v Man Utd in the FA Cup a few years ago) We've had some fairly rough times as well such as going into administration and going into non league. Life as a lower league football supporter is never easy! How is Football in a COVID world though as a supporter? Since the COVID shut down of the end of…
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The Benefits Of A Static Caravan A Few Towns Over

Vacations provide some of the most magical moments in our lives. Therefore, it's imperative that you give this aspect the attention it deserves. While a number of options are at your disposal, a static caravan could be the best investment of all. Here are five of the key reasons to consider buying a static caravan over the coming months. Everyone loves the once-in-a-lifetime adventure, such as doing Route 66. Likewise, the all-inclusive fortnight of sun, sea, and sand is something we all need from time to time. However, owning a static caravan that's stationed only an hour away from your home opens the door to spontaneous breaks. Whether it's a romantic weekend away after a tough week at work, a…
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Bouncing Back from Failure

So this post is not about where I've been, something I reviewed, travel, hotels or anything like that. This is a far more personal post that I've been wanting to write for a while but just haven't felt the motivation to do so. It's about bouncing back from failure. There are lots of lessons that can be taken from this post. It's helped me with some clarity first writing it, but it's also about looking on the positive side of things. It's about coming back from somewhere when you think you're at your lowest point - but actually you can bounce back from it.   So why I am bouncing back from failure? Back in 2015 I produced a winter…
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Muscle Food Prepped Pots – Review

Since the Covid shut down lots of people have been looking at different types of food and how to eat healthier and also order on line. The Muscle Food company gives many different options and food types to cater for different people and tastes. One of the products on offer that I love is their Prepped Pots range. This isn't a Covid fad though for myself I've know about these Muscle Food Prepped Pots for about 18 months - and I love them! Not only are they really tasty they are also a brilliant source of healthy food. With them being all sub 400 calories they are really helping with my daily food intake. Before I found these Muscle Food…
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Riffle Radio

This Corona Virus shut down has been tough at times. I've been trying to keep content on the blog going and I've started my mammoth Route 66 post.  But at the same time it's allow some cool things to happen which in a normal situation wouldn't normally. One of those things which happened this week was for me to record a Mixcloud recording on Riffle Radio show . Riffle Radio is run by the lovely Ruari Cormack who took my old job when I moved onto a new company. The premise of the show is to pick 9 tracks all around a deck of cards theme. So: Club - Classic Jack - Guilty Pleasure track Diamond Geezer - Male Vocalist…
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