Ramadan is a time for prayer, reflection, transformation and a spiritual detox right? So this Ramadan, like every other Ramadan, i sat down with my paper and pen and wrote down everything i was going to achieve, not just in terms of my spirituality but also what i would be doing with my kids to ensure that they were engaged and aware of the importance of the month. All this resulted in Ramadan Burnout.
I started with a lot of gusto, an array of ideas and a mammoth plan. However midway through the month, i began to lose momentum, i failed to meet the unrealistic targets i had set for myself. I burnt out, like totally. One night, I couldn’t even manage small tasks and that made me feel terrible.
I have received so many messages from readers and friends since our trip to Cornwall this year. So naturally i had to put a post together to talk (or type) about our top five great places to visit in Cornwall. It was so hard to narrow it down because there is a heck of a lot to do in Cornwall. These places made my top five because if i was to go to Cornwall for five days only, these are the places i would visit. I am very outdoorsy and this list reflects that, so it may not necessarily be to everyones taste. I find it difficult to be indoors anyway and I definitely didn’t want to be indoors when there was so much natural beauty around. That is the reason i steered clear of the Eden Project despite the rave reviews.