I just thought I would share a short round up of some of my adventures from the past week (mainly because I wanted to show off my *self promotion alert* half decent picture of a cheese board).
As part of the Entrepreneurial Spark programme, we are required to come up with a problem statement for our business - this basically involves pinpointing exactly the problem or issue that your business is designed to solve.
A couple of weeks ago I received an invite to take part as a judge in the International Chocolate Awards, needless to say that this isn't the kind of thing you turn down!
Just a bit of fun! How many can you relate to?
Alongside staple Yorkshire classics, my last trip to Fodder resulted in a slightly more unusual purchase - Yorkshire wine. That's right, wine made from grapes grown in God's own county!
My weekly round up of all things good 17th-23rd October 2016.
For those who haven't heard of it, the idea behind "vlogtober" is that you basically Vlog every day in October.
I am OK. I repeat this to myself daily, I feel OK. I am doing OK. Being OK is OK.
So lots of hectic and happening things have been, well... happening these past few weeks!
"My role in developing Sucre really became that of editor, helping to curate the content and put everything together into a cohesive and interesting magazine. Think Anna Wintour with less attitude and more love for cake."
I would take the day below with a pinch of salt because like most people, I try to work to an ideal schedule which doesn't always materialize.
Generally speaking though, the day laid out below is pretty reflective of my actual life on a weekday.
This Bank Holiday Monday we decided to visit Charlecote Park, a National Trust property consisting of a grand 16th century country house, surrounded by its own deer park, on the banks of the River Avon in Warwickshire.