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Accidental dancing whiplash and a first date

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Well wouldn’t you know it, I woke up with whiplash from dancing too enthusiastically at No Lights No Lycra.

I dusted off my raving skills from circa 2006 and kicked off one of my new year’s resolutions (dance more!) in a blacked out room.

However, planning to go on a first date directly after an hour of vigorous dancing may not have been my brightest move.

So, post sober rave, I made a mad dash into my friend’s house nearby, tiptoed past the baby’s room, leapt into the shower, and promptly realised my face was still red as a tomato. Great.

15 mins late and still looking quite disheveled, I arrived to meet the guy whose profile was written for me by the Bumble gods.

And there the story ends.

Just kidding, the date went well, apart from me nearly falling off my chair because my legs were dangling precariously.

Meanwhile his legs easily rested on the ground. (I know, cheers Bumble Gods, you outdid yourselves!)

There’s second date potential there, but I won’t tell you all the details for fear that if any of these guys find my blog no one will ever go on a date with me again!

Hey Matt!

Just kidding, he’s one of the 5 guys on Bumble not called Matt.

So, my Bumble rampage continues, as does the sale happening over at Project Self HQ!

But not for much longer (I’m pausing my Bumble rampage to take a breather, mainly because I’m about to leave the country for a few weeks), oh and the sale ends in just a few days too!

My 1:1 coaching spots have been snaffled up (there are only 2 spots left – click here to check out the Bloody Good Life 1:1 coaching program and book in for a free chat with me!)

Meanwhile loads of you are kicking off your new year in style with Bloody Good Life D.I.Y too!

(Sorry Matts x 10³ brb!)

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  • You’re indecisive about your direction. And what to have for dinner
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  • You feel like something is missing, no matter what you achieve
  • You kick yourself for not having enough willpower to stick to your goals. Who put that Toblerone in my trolley?
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