#Try 20 | Week 3

Hey Guys!

Well we're now into week three of the Living Streets #Try20 challenge, and I'm proud to say I've somehow managed to stick at it everyday!

If definitely helps that I live so centrally that I never really need to take public transport (except for when I'm late - classic Thea!), but I'm still really enjoying the time outdoors, and with the sun coming out more and more now every day gets better.

If you've been reading my #Try20 updates you'll know by now that as well as getting outside to walk everyday I'm also taking on an extra mini challenge every week to spice things up and keep me motivated to keep going each week.

In my first week I chose to challenge myself to get up early and walk to work (although guilty confession - I failed a few times and ended up walking from work...but hey give a girl a break I still did it!), and in my second week I took my camera along with me to watch my city from a new perspective.

This week I chose to tak the #Try20 Challenge in my happy shoes! I have quite a few pair sof shoes that never see the light of day - mostly because London is normally blooming cold! But with the warmer weather around the corner I thought it was the perfect time to get those shoes out and strut my stuff for a change.

This weeks challenge was such an interesting one - I swear - it was really surprising. When you head out on the streets in public you can't help but look around you at the different styles and choices the people around you have made. I don't necessarily believe that following fashion is important in the grand scheme of things, but I am a strong believer in the power of presentation, and fashion is an incredible way to liberate yourself and represent the inner through through fabrics, colours, shapes and your own individual style.

Wearing my happy shoes really reminded me of how much I love choosing my clothes, and it really is a reflection of myself and my mood on that day. I truly believe the way you present yourself has a huge impact on how you perceive yourself, and this week had a wonderful impact on my mental health and emotional well being. This week I have felt so on point, my confidence it at such a high I'm really loving life (I'm sure the sun had something to do with it, but hey I'm owning it!)

This #Try20 challenge has inspired me on so many levels, and I couldn't be more happy to be doing it than I am today.

I'd really recommend it to anyone thinking of pledging. Head over to Living Streets and see just how much walking for 20 minutes a day can improve your physical and mental health.

Phew, well we're finally up to date guys! Onto the next article. Next time I'll be sharing Week 4 with you and my chosen challenge is "Lunch Alfesco not Aldesko", so join me then for another update, and be sure to head over to #runyourmindfree to find out what challenge Eugenia took on this week and how she's finding the whole experience.

Let me know in the comments if you ever get out walking, and where you like to walk the most. If you can recommend any walks in the UK let me know I'd love to explore more of my home Island this year!

See you guys on Sunday, have a great week!

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