What an extraordinary week! Greg and I were commenting a couple of day ago how we feel we’ve had a proper holiday. I guess that’s what you get when you throw two mums and two kids in a car and tour around England. It’s been so fun and I feel like I’ve learned SO MUCH. English history is so interesting. Greg and I nearly have the lineage of the monarchy sorted. Although for the life of us we can’t figure out why Victoria, the daughter of the 4th son in line to the throne became Queen- were there really no male heirs before her? What happened to the Y chromosomes in that generation?!
What’s more- I think I have eaten chips in every pub outside London and my expert opinion tells me there is great variety in the quality of the humble chip! (Hopefully my waistline does not reflect that!)
This last week with “MUMS ON TOUR 09” we’ve been to: Devon- where we visited my old stomping ground, site of my first job in England 14 years ago, Lynmouth; Bath; the Cotswolds; Stratford-upon-Avon (for those of you who know how much of a Shakespeare fan I am, you’ll understand how cool that was); Oxford and Henley!
The Mums are worn out and had a day off with some shopping today while I sat here in Starbucks and wrote this blog post for you.
Other exciting things this week- this Saturday is our first “Presentation Secrets” event in London. It’s all sold out. But we still have a few tickets left for next weekend… Everyone who’s attending can sleep rest assured that they will be getting a well holidayed, very focussed Joey this weekend!
And finally last Wednesday I was grateful to have the opportunity to speak at the London “Yes group” which was loads of fun. Make sure you check out the Speaker training blog: www.shiftspeakertraining.com/blog and subscribe to my youtube channel: www.youtube.com/drjoannamartin for more in detail public speaking training.