Whitesands Beach #ExplorePembrokeshire

Situated roughly 3 miles from the quaint city of St Davids is the stunning Whitesands Beach. Or alternatively known as Porthmawr, which translates in Welsh for Big Harbour.

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13.1 Miles, Can She Do It?

OK, don’t get me wrong I’ve always been the active type ever since I was young. But running, particularly long distance running. No, never been a fan of that. I always remember dreading having to complete the 800m in heptathlon county competitions, from the bang of the gun I just accepted my fate and committed…

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5 Reasons Not To Feel Guilty – In Defence Of Doing Absolutely Nothing

Doing nothing is often labelled as being lazy, and as someone who is a natural balance between a introvert and extrovert, why do I feel guilty for spending my weekend doing absolutely nothing? When in fact, sometimes doing absolutely nothing is the best thing you can do! It’s very much an act of self-care, just…

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10 Things I Would Tell My Younger Self That School Never Taught Me

And so another academic year starts, only now my days of heading back through those automatic doors are long gone. If  you knew me during my school, college and University days you’ll know I was very much focused on my studies. I wouldn’t put a foot out of place, all work would be handed in…

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St. Davids #ExplorePembrokeshire

St David’s peninsula, the land of David, is an area filled with heaps of ancient history and a tranquil atmosphere. Come rain or shine this quaint little city is always bustling with locals and tourists and why not when there’s so much to enjoy! The high street is filled with an abundance of independent and…

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Broad Haven South Beach #ExplorePembrokeshire

There are two Broad Haven beaches which make up the charming coast of Pembrokeshire. In the north, sheltered by the cliffs, lies Broad Haven Beach in St Brides Bay and in the south backed by vast rolling dunes is the expanse sandy bay, Broad Haven South. Located between Stackpole and Bosherston the popular tourist beach…

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Carew Castle #ExplorePembrokeshire

Low-lying along the Carew River, it is one of the most historical ruins in South Wales, Carew Castle. Filled with enchanting passages and towers which overlook the picturesque mill pond it is an impressive location to visit come morning, noon or night. Take the mile long, circular walk which boasts spectacular views and links an abundance of history and nature.

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Shitty Week? My Top 10 Tips To Make You Feel Better

Having a shitty day or week? You know the types where everything just seems to be going wrong! If you are, then here are my top 10 tips to turn your day around and that frown upside down.

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