So after injury, poor eating and a great holiday it is clearly time to kick start my fitness again and to shift those pounds. But where to start, I know a key stumbling block for anyone starting a fitness regime is that there is far too much information out there on the web and can be confusing for some. So I thought I would pull … Continue reading Trying to kick start my fitness again!
So this is my review on the latest Marvel offering, Ant-Man and The Wasp, and yes it may contain some spoilers which I apologise for in advance. Now every Marvel film now has a heightened anticipation on how the film would fit into the Marvel cinematic universe, and this film was no different, considering Ant-Man played a part in Civil War. But unfortunately, as the … Continue reading How Ant-Man and The Wasp slowed down Marvels Juggernaut!
When you get stuck into sports, you can put your body under a lot of strain. Whether you’re testing your endurance at the gym, showcasing your skills on the football field, working on your tennis technique or long distance running, there’s always a risk you’ll suffer a sports injury. Mine it appears to be from running long distances. From blisters to sprains, strains, tendonitis and … Continue reading Recovering from sports injuries
As the new season approaches, which by the way feels like it has been an eternity, and the pre seasons are well underway the expectations of what to expect for the new season start to come to light. Now as an Everton season ticket holder for the past 20 years I have experienced all sorts of expectations at the start of a season. The lows … Continue reading Less expectations but still the same excitement
We stumbled across the Blakemere Countryside Fair last year and attended again this and it is well worth it. I attended on Saturday 21st July but it is on again, today as I write this, Sunday 22nd. It is well worth it but also it is well worth keeping an eye out on social media for the next event. It is also probably one of … Continue reading A great day out at Blakemere Countryside Fair
No these are not new tools or new practices that have been adopted but are a couple of analogies which I use when discussing SEO with clients. You may think that this is strange but explaining initial starting steps (Steam Train) and the potential end of a strategy (Wile E. Coyote) with clients then it is usually easier to explain using these analogies. So let’s … Continue reading Steam Trains, Wile E. Coyote and SEO
T2:Judgement Day is here, well not quite, but the machines are learning figuratively speaking from a Search Engine point of view. Machine Learning Stanford University in California describes Machine Learning as “Machine learning is the science of getting computers to act without being explicitly programmed.” Back at a Google Partners event I attended last September in Dublin, Google placed a lot of emphasis talking around Machine … Continue reading The machines are learning and are looking for satisfied users!!
Probably the weirdest blog title that you are likely to ready, but they are connected and it all revolves around the charity Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline (CCLL) Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline (CCLL) The 26th April in 1986, is a date etched in history and a date which the people of Belarus and Ukraine are unlikely to forget in living memory. This was the date in which No. 4 light … Continue reading Chernobyl, Blackpool and Spongebob Square Pants
Rock n Roll? The end of the road? Wait What?!?! Ok so let me explain, I have been running long distances since 2010 (when I had my early life crisis) and during this time I have undertaken many different types of distances from one milers through to 3 full marathons – which I am supremely proud about completing regardless of the time. In May 2018 I … Continue reading Was ‘Rock N Roll’ the end of the road?