The other day I asked my fellow bloggers on Twitter what was their favourite time of day to write…I got all sorts of answers from first thing in the morning to 12 o’clock at night! I’m actually very routine about when I write. I wake up, publish a blog post and send it out across my media channels. Then I fuel up on porridge and coffee, reading a few people’s latest blog posts while I have my breakfast and then when I suitably energised at about 11am, I write my latest post.
It’s definitely in the morning when I’m feeling at my most creative as come afternoon I’m ready for a nap 😉
So when I was offered to ‘fuel my creativity’ at a fancy private members club, I eschewed my usual routine and headed down to The Hospital Club for the morning.
The Hospital Club is a private members’ club in the heart of Covent Garden. It’s a fabulous multi-faceted space dedicated to members of creative industries. I’d been invited along with a whole group of bloggers to sample their new healthy breakfast menu and check out their brand new hotel rooms! Funnily enough I’ve been there before, to host a book club back when I was working in publishing and later I returned for a job interview.
The menu was pack with healthy choices including fruits, eggs and a whole range of slow-pressed juices….
I know it’s not the most exciting thing in the world but I always start my day with a bowl of porridge. It really fills me up and gets my brain in gear for writing blog posts. I’m actually really fussy about my porridge, as I’ve had some really horrible watery bowls full but this was lovely and creamy without being too watery. Trust me, I’m porridge connoisseur 😉 My favourite is actually the simple one that you can buy from Pret, it’s soooo creamy but it’s less than 3% fat.
Now I’m not going to lie…I did get food envy when I saw what my neighbour was having…
Suitably fuelled we were taken on a tour of the new extension in the club which includes fifteen bedrooms.
We were also told about the daily cocktail trolley at 7pm each evening. The guests can enjoy a their own personal bar man mixing drinks in the room!
We were then guided around some of the other rooms which are available in four categories: small, medium, large and suite.