Review: MiGoals Goal Planner & Diary

I hope that everyone has been having a great month & start to 2019! As promised, here is my second of three posts showing you some of the ways I use planners and journals to keep on top of things in my dance and personal life. The first post talked about The Happiness Planner and…

The Happiness Planner

As we’re at the start of a brand new year, I thought that this might be an appropriate time to share with you all some of the journals and planners I use to keep me on-track, both in my dance life and in my personal life. It’s at this time of year that some of…

2018

This year has been one of the best and busiest of my life! However I’ve just had so much going on that I haven’t been able to devote as much time as usual to this blog. That’s okay- sometimes life happens, and although sharing my journey is important to me, life is primarily for living!…

Review: Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella

What a great start to the 2018 dance season! The week before last, I was fortunate enough to be able to watch Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures in Cinderella at the Sadler’s Wells. As mentioned in my round-up of 2017 dance performances, New Adventures’ interpretation of The Red Shoes was one of my absolute favourite performances of last…

Review: Kyle Abraham’s Pavement

Okay, so I originally filmed a video as my review for this piece, but it somehow didn’t save or got deleted! It took me forever to try to put what I wanted to say into words, so rather than spend forever trying to re-film, I’m going to do this review as a written post! Back…

Review: Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Aladdin

In my role as a Social Mover with Sadler’s Wells, I’ve been fortunate enough to see a lot of wonderful dance performances over the past couple of months. On 1st November, I had the opportunity to go and watch Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Aladdin. I’ve never seen Aladdin, and I’ve also never watched Birmingham Royal Ballet…

Dare to Dance X Lapasa Sportswear

This is a post that I’m very excited to be sharing with you! Let’s talk about studio to street style. When I first started full-time dance training, I used to throw joggers over my dancewear for travelling to and from the studio, so that I could keep my muscles warm and wouldn’t have to carry…