Celebrate Life

If you've been following my blog, you'll know I have sisters, lots and lots of them (it might explain why I'm so girly). Unlike most siblings, we rarely quarrel and have an undeniable friendship! So It's been such a blessing to have the opportunity to go, and visit each of them that live here in England. This stop was good ol' Bristol! My little sister had a list of actives set out for my trip there, and I was overwhelmed with the amount of time and effort she put into it all (thank you so much!). 

While we were strolling around the markets at Clifton village, we overheard someone ask a shop keeper as to why colourful bunting was decorating the streets. The shop keeper replied there's no particular reason, it's just to celebrate life! 

I felt that was the perfect title for this post, because I got to do just that during my stay! I'm slowly trying to learn the concept of adding real value to my life. This means spending quality time with people. It also means consuming less and living more. No extra baggage cluttering my mind and living space! I'm sure you can tell the past year I've been trying to clean my diet too. It's all been a process, a really long one i'm afraid! I was really hoping there was going to be some shortcut to living clean. I'm just glad we have so much access to information  these days to benefit from. 

There's a few people inspiring me on this world wide web to live a clean lifestyle. It goes without saying I obviously don't agree with all of their views, but there's still lots to learn. so I thought I'd share a list of these cool souls;

I'd love to know which people inspire you? 
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  1. Thank you for your insight on this topic. I truly believe it's important and I hope I can muster up the strength and patience to go by it.

    1. Oh wow thanks for your comment! I'm sure you can do it :) x

  2. I've always wanted to live in a town that had a vibrant Farmer's Market. Bristol is now on my list of places to visit. Thank you for sharing.


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