I’m Sue, the founder of Out and About with Sue. What started out as a hobby blog, attempting to introduce readers to the delightful and delectable tearooms that decorate our fair shores, whilst exploring our wonderful countryside and all that encompasses, I began to realise that I wanted more out of this ‘journal’. My aim is to enrich, be positive and justify, while embracing who we are, whatever age throws at us.
As I have grown in self-confidence, self-awareness and certainly matureness – although my children may dispute this – I want to share my struggles and face the challenges that life hurls at us, and I’m sure most of us will agree, there are plenty.
I was recently reading a blog by a writer of some note, who said that writing is honest, that in privacy you can be more truthful than you normally would be. I don’t find that to be true, we can write whatever we want and be whoever we decide to be and it is up to you, the reader, to decide what you believe to be true.
Its true what they say about life being a never-ending journey, for me it’s the never-ending process of discovery. I genuinely believe our perceptions change, and a lot of mis-conceptions abound and how we arrive at that belief is something that needs understanding, tolerance and patience.
Pinkie promise, I’m not going to drone on about ‘self self self’, instead I hope you are going to enjoy, relate, contribute and impart your own thoughts and aspirations, whilst accompanying me on my holistic journey across the country in the search for better understanding and a greater wisdom – whilst letting yourself become immersed in all that nature offers. I hope to offer places and locations from around the country that everyone from all walks of life will enjoy.
Latest from the blog
Brampton, Cumbria. Just twenty minutes’ drive from Carlisle brings you to this beautifully kept country park, an ever poplar venue for families and anyone else who is up for a treat. There is something for everyone, from exploring ancient woodlands, to easily accessible paths around a 65-acre lake. The name ‘Talkin’ derives from the Celtic…
Northeast Coast of Scotland. Wowza gotta love this place. A beautiful much photographed harbour town lying on the Northeast Coast and is a joy to visit. Once a thriving fishing port, now more of a tourist destination. The sheltered working harbour, with gorgeous views across the water, originally dates back to 1607, has been destroyed…
Forfar. A small delightfully picturesque and quiet site, situated off the A932, just outside Forfar. A warm welcome awaits upon arrival, whether staying at one of the four new Shepherds huts or with your caravan or motorhome. The huts are fully self-contained with bedding and towels provided, kitchen area, electric central heating along with seating…
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Email: Sue Jasiczak