Ruth Writes is a 30-something Liverpool based blog covering mid-size fashion, pescatarian food and beauty.
I don’t know if you’ve seen the meme that’s doing the rounds, referencing how hard it is to get your ish together nowadays but it’s so apt. Finding time to walk the dog, clean the house, eat healthily, blog, see friends, oh and do a full day in work. It’s tough right? Whilst I don’t feel like I do too badly at keeping all the aforementioned plates juggling, it can be hard to keep everything ticking over.
Last month I joined Slimming World. I haven’t mentioned it yet as I wanted to get stuck in, get my eating adjusted and start to make it part of my routine before shouting about it on the blog. But, 4 weeks in and I’m doing ok. 10 and a half pounds down with just little tweaks to thank, I think I’m invested. But now I want to start to take care of my wellbeing too…
Like I said at the start of this post, finding time can honestly be the biggest blocker in getting everything done that you want to achieve in a day. I mean, Beyonce has 24 hours in a day and look what she can do, see now’s time to start!
I was recently introduced to Bidvine. A really smart, simple service designed to offer a helping hand when looking for quotes or services from local businesses. Planning to move house soon? The app can help you source removal men, painters and decorators and gardeners within your area, using just your postcode.
Whether you fancy starting cookery lessons or taking up tai chi, it’s so easy to use and just takes 3 easy steps –
I was particularly struck by the Fitness and Wellbeing element. Swimming lessons, cookery lessons and even nutritionists can be tracked down within your area to help you get the best out of you. Bidvine takes away the hours spent searching on Google and reading reviews – simply search for exactly what you need and compare quotes, personalised to you. I think at some point I’m going to have to take up some form of exercise to tone up as I hopefully, continue to lose weight and searching for classes in my area has never been easier.
What do you think of Bidvine and what would you use it for?