Well that was one hell of a year !
We sold the house and are waiting to move. The conveyancing is taking a little longer than it should thanks to a retaining garden wall at the new house. Fingers crossed we'll be in by the end of January.
I was awarded a Local Hero award for my work volunteering on my local park and we went to Portugal.
I've taken part in a couple of challenges, both for Challenge the Norm in aid of Mind,
only one cycle sportive this year but the big change is that I started cycling to work during the summer. I'm hoping to do it more in 2019.
I'm quite pleased with my stats for 2018 compared to 2017 - 20 more rides and over 300km further - an average of just over 11km per ride. It would be great next year to do some longer weekend rides with Shaun instead of going out on my own. Could have done with a few more active days but then Strava and Garmin don't count dog walking - which is more or less every day.
We've had some lovely trips in Tribby - my favourite was definitely the Isle of Wight, probably because we had amazing weather and for the first time we took the bikes with us.
Life is a bit on hold with the house and we've also got a wedding to start paying for. Danni and Joel have booked their wedding venue for October 2020!
It's our 30th wedding anniversary this year so we're hoping to do something special - watch this space!
I didn't manage to lose much weight this year so it needs some working on in 2019.
As we go in to the new year I've signed up for RED January and hoping to be active every day.
Had a good reading challenge in 2018 - managed to read 13 books! I've got all my reading lined up for 2019.