Some people choose to blog in secret. Some choose to use a pseudonym online, while some choose not to tell their friends or family.
And I totally get it, because I’ve been there.
For years I kept my blog a secret. I didn’t tell my family or friends that I was writing a blog, learning to code and building websites. It was all hush-hush.
No matter how much prior preparation, research and organisation I do before a trip I always worry. I call them the pre-travel worries.
They normally happen a few days before we are due to fly, and usually something sets me off. For instance, this time it was Tyrone texting me to ask what hotel we were staying in, because someone at work asked. I instantly assumed there was something wrong with the hotel and start researching it again (even though I’ve already done it before booking the holiday) on TripAdvisor.
In just a few days I’ll be heading off to Lanzarote for a week and I couldn’t be looking forward to it any more. I realised that I’ve been at my job for 9 months now, so I’m ready for a break.
I’m mostly looking forward to chilling out by the pool with a cocktail in one hand and my Kindle in the other, but we have been researching things to do on the island and I’m really keen on visiting Timanfaya National Park to see some volcanic land forms.