I must be getting old because I’m loving cooking shows at the moment. My current favourite is Hugh’s 3 Good Things. There’s always lovely, interesting yet comforting food on there which makes it perfect Sunday viewing.
Today, this video is making me feel happy.
It reminds me that, as clichéd as it sounds, we do need to make the most of beautiful mornings. I admit, sometimes getting out of bed is the last thing I want to do when my alarm goes off (especially when it’s cold and dark outside).
It also makes me feel lucky to live by the seaside. Sure, this can be a blessing as much of a curse (it does get really cold and windy in the winter in Brighton) but I still get so so excited whenever I see the sea. I guess that’s what growing up in the Midlands does to you.
It’s most definitely autumn. I decided this a few weeks ago when I got up early before work to do my run and froze to death. It’s not fun running in the rain and cold, no matter how much you wrap up.
So I’ve abandoned running. I’ll pick up on it again next year when the temperature picks up again.
Yesterday, I rather excitedly went along to BrightonSEO, a free search marketing conference at The Dome in Brighton.
This event runs twice a year, once in April and again in September as part of the Brighton Digital Festival. This was my first time, having failed to secure a ticket to past conferences (the last one sold out in an unholy 13 minutes). So although I didn’t have previous conferences to compare this one to, I was blown away. Not only by some of the fantastic speakers of the day, but also the opportunity for networking in the fantastic digital community that Brighton embodies.
Is it silly that I got really excited when I saw a floorplan of Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment yesterday?