I feel like every time I start to write something, everything has a common theme to it, I feel I’m having lots of ‘I wasn’t going to do that but I’m glad I’m did moments’.
This evening for example I wasn’t going to go out to the beach even though I knew it would be good to clear my head.
So I found myself having a last minute dash to get to the seafront before the sun set and I am honestly so glad that I did. The sky was amazing, the colours were beautiful, it was as peaceful and calm as ever.
When I looked back through my photographs, I noticed that the clouds look like love hearts in the sky, which I like to think is a gentle reminder that our loved ones are never far away.
Coming back to those moments of being glad I did thing’s, just really powers home the saying of ‘in life we only regret the chances we didn’t take’.
Grab life with both hands we only get one shot at it.❤x
I can’t pretend that I’m a morning person by any stretch of the imagination. For me to get moving the day has to start with at least 4 alarms and an annoying amount of hitting the snooze button too, not forgetting the promise of unlimited coffee! Anyhow I’m glad I did this morning because I got to see this beautiful view on my way to the gym. A timely reminder that life is beautiful.❤x
Which was fabulously organised and right at our fingertips.
I loved the whatsapp style of receiving clues which allows you to ask for hints and help should you need it.
Aswell as the fascinating facts that were very interesting and nice to uncover about a much loved place to visit .
Within our team~2 adults and 2 teenagers, we decided I would read the clues and facts and the others would map read and be on extra lookout!
This worked well and between us we soon got into the swing of it.
It took us roughly 2.5 hours to complete which may of included a quick stop or 2 for coffee~of course!
The treasure hunt, took us around Brighton town, down the lanes and also along the seafront, which was a really lovely walk, so much to see and take in on our way round, which kept everyone entertained and occupied.
The treasure hunt was a great way to see Brighton in a different and was a hit with both the adults and teenagers alike and if that’s not a win then I don’t know what is hee hee.