Dorset's Coast

   : Exploring Dorset : 

Can you feel the change in temperature and the frost in the morning? Yes, winter is now approaching. I love this time of the year, when the sun is shining but there is a chill in the air and the mornings are crisp and frosty. If you are up early enough you can catch the beautiful rays from the sun and see it reflecting onto the frost, creating a beautiful ice effect. Nothing beats filing your lungs with the cold fresh air to start your day. 

I was up at dawn exploring round Dorset and along the coast, I like to be close to the sea and having been brought up near beaches it makes me feel at home, and at peace. We all live at such a fast pace nowadays sometimes we forget what really matters, the majority of us are always searching for something or we never feel content with who we are, where we live or what we are doing. I admit I have felt very lost at times and being in the 20's you are developing as a person and trying to find your feet in life. It is a great time to make mistakes though then learn from them and grow as a person.  I advise you to take some time out, spend time with your loved ones and connect with yourself. The world is a beautiful place and this can even be right at your doorstep, you just need to explore it. 

I defiantly recommend visiting some of Dorset's coasts, the beaches are sandy, the sea is warm in the summer but defiantly cold in the winter, I would wear a wet suit unless you're brave enough not too! It is a perfect place to do some body boarding or surfing and a great day out with friends or your family. Some of my favourite places are, Studland Beach, Sandbanks, Durdle Door and Hengistbury Head. Here is a link to help you explore Dorset and see all the things to do.

I spent my morning at Hengistbury head and caught the sun at its finest, the rays and colours were spectacular, the beach was quiet and calm and very picturesque. Having teamed up with Monaco Regatta I received one of their beautiful bracelets, the "Princess Grace- yellow gold" which has a gold anchor that binds the ends beautifully together, this bracelet allows me to always feel connected to the sea and it is perfect to wear on a daily basis. Keeping it traditional they are made out of boat rope to endure saltwater and bad weather, which is perfect as we all want something that lasts. They are handmade and assembled using the finest material, they really are "The Riviera on your wrist!"

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