Wednesday Walks | National Museum Cardiff

If you read Stylist, you may have heard about the #ReclaimYourLunchBreak campaign, aimed to get people out of the office and away from their desks for an hour in order to create a better work-life balance.  This is such a great campaign, as so many people will work through lunch with a sad little sandwich to see them through, often leaving them tired and low.  In support of this campaign, I decided to go out and get a little bit of fresh air and wandered down to the National Museum for a bit.

I absolutely adore going to museums, I love to walk around and immerse myself in the history of our world and learn things I never knew before, so this was always going to be a good idea!  Aside from the day being as gloomy as it could possibly be, I went along to see what I could nose at for an hour.

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It was actually really nice to be able to stretch my legs and have a walk around, even if it was only an hour long, but I definitely felt that I had a bit more energy and focus for the rest of the day, and I saw some pretty cool things too!

Are you one to chain yourself to your desk and work straight through your lunch hour, or do you relish an opportunity to escape when you can?  Don’t forget to like this post if you have enjoyed reading (and give me a follow too using the links!) and comment below if you have any lunch break escape ideas 🙂

Until next time! x

3 thoughts on “Wednesday Walks | National Museum Cardiff

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