Weekend Away Part 2

September 11th, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

I didn't get much sleep as the people living next door to the hotel decided to have the loudest house party I've ever heard, and factor in that I had to be up at 4am I wasn't a very happy bunny


Weekend Away Part 1

September 10th, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

The weekend I've been looking forward to for months has finally arrived! I am going on a mini travelling weekend that will culminate in me running the Great North Run half marathon race up in Newcastle on Sunday


I’m still here

August 16th, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

If you look at my archives then you will notice that I have been very quiet on the blog this year, that is because my dad had his leg amputated earlier this year and I've spent almost all of my time looking after him


Save Money With Your Ink Cartridges

June 30th, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

I pulled out my printer for the first time in months this morning. In my new role of club secretary for Custom House Football Club I needed to print out some forms to send off to the league


Still Managing to Remain Healthy

June 8th, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

For the past couple of months I have really been trying to stick to a more healthier diet. I have been running a lot over the past year or so and do a lot of walking, but my diet was holding me back


Aqualyte Could Help You Lead a Healthier and Longer Life

May 26th, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

There are many types of products on the market that can help you lead a more healthier lifestyle these days, they come in tablet, capsule, powder and liquid form, in fact there are so many available that it can become a bit of a headache to decide


Weird and Wonderful People of Hackney

May 17th, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

I took part in the Hackney Half Marathon on Sunday, I won't talk too much about the race (you can read about that on my running blog), but I wanted to talk about the support that was offered by people who came to watch on the day


Garden Starting to Look Less Like a Jungle

April 26th, 2016 | by Dean Saliba

Today the family of the Hillsborough disaster victims got what they have been fighting for all these years, the inquest came to the conclusion that the Liverpool fans were not responsible for what happened that day and that the police were



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