Monday, 15 September 2008


When stressed or depressed wisdom dictates that we need to look after ourselves. So it is that Spa Days with mud baths and massages have grown in popularity and are highly promoted as a means of inducing personal well-being.

Yesterday in the company of a group of friends, I had the pleasure of a walk in the Eden Valley. Whilst the weather was kind, conditions underfoot were affected by the weeks of dismal rain we’ve been enduring. Squish, squash, squelch, squelch was the order of the day. Needless to say I fell in it, got my leg stuck in it and was generally covered in mud when we were finished. Now I don’t suppose that mud did much to cleanse my pores or moisturise my skin, but at the end of the day I had a radiant complexion and felt totally de-stressed and fitter than when I had set off. What’s more all the exercise and fresh air ensured that I enjoyed a long and peaceful night’s sleep.

As an alternative therapy muddy walks in the countryside have to be recommended and, unlike many spa treatments, don’t cost a penny!


Anonymous said...

Ooh, that looks like fun. I need a spa day. I've been going through too much right now.

I just feel overwhelmed and just don't have enough time. Since starting the divorce process, all my free time has been sucked away. I decided to go through an online company, divorce4her, but it's still hard to deal with everything.

My husband's not contesting it, but I still feel a real loss.

Brian said...

I really appreciate your new game like activities. This world is full of worries so we should spent time in different kinds of activities. If you have health then you can do your other activities so we should take care of our health.

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Tulsa Divorce Attorneys said...

Spa days and mud baths are good times!!! :)

Oklahoma City Divorce Attorneys said...

I love that picture! :)