The Big Quiz on Social Sundays is turning into one of the most popular places to be in the blogging world! Haha! No, not really. But just because I’m not popular doesn’t mean that the bloggers that come here aren’t. This week, Sarah Harradine answers those questions that you didn’t need to know the answers to.
Social Media Manager & Fitness Blogger
Describe your site/work in three words
Strong, powerful, & functional!
What is your favourite book?
It’s a bit of a guilty pleasure – but I’ve read Eat Pray Love more times than I can remember
What is your most hated word?
Tough one! It’s not so much words, but the context they’re used in. Let’s go with ‘diet’.
If you ruled the world, what’s the first thing you would do?
I wouldn’t wanna do anything hasty… But I would really appreciate the weekend being 4 days long.
Why did the chicken cross the road?
To go lift weights at the gym. Because chickens definitely lift weights..!
What is your favourite movie?
Guardians of the Galaxy (1 & 2!)
What is your favourite food?
Roast dinner. Roast potatoes in particular!
What do you do to relax?
I love a magnesium salt and Elemis muscle soak bath with a magazine.
What is the most badass thing you have ever done?
I’ve walked the Camino de Santiago, done ice climbing, run a marathon, and can push 60kg+ over my head. I’m more of an all-rounder than badass at one thing.
What is the meaning of life?
To hang with your friends, to help others, to look after the planet, and have some fun!
Can you dance?
If money was not a factor, what would be your dream job?
Working in disability sport coaching.
What is your biggest achievement?
Still has to be running a marathon, from both a physical and mental point of view.
What is playing on your internal jukebox right now?
Blue Swede – Hooked On A Feeling. I’m such a Guardians nerd.
If you could travel to anywhere in the world, where would you go?
Bali, western Canada, or the Inca trail.
What’s your favourite TV show?
Star Trek. The Next Generation in particular, but I’ll watch pretty much anything set in space.
I’ve always wished I went to uni at 18 rather than as a mature student, so I could be further along my career by now – but I’ve realised the time passing doesn’t matter anyway, and I probably made better decisions than my 17-year-old self would have done.