I’ve really been getting stuck into the best parts of the ‘blog life’ e-book, it’s making me see more sense, open up my eyes with a fresh perspective on my blogging journey. I’ve made so many notes, plans, written down long term dream goals and it’s really made me feel more optimistic. I recommend any blogger to get it, and if you do, give me a tweet or something on how you’re finding it, would be fab to talk about.
In times of self doubt, or when I’m craving a peaceful moment I resort to this lovely book ‘Heart thoughts’. It’s pretty spiritual, and just makes you realise your self-worth, and shows so much positivity. Who doesn’t want enough of that?
Mr & I started watching the first episode of ‘the outcast’ on Bbc I player but I turned it off and decided we should watch it when it’s not bed time as I tend to get so emotional about things that involve either scary things, or just heartbreaking storylines… Sounds pathetic I know but since being a parent I just cry at everything, hence why I love my rom coms and chick flicks before bed… But I even sob and those behind the giggles….
Oh and I watched this….ah! he loves it though, my three little ones are fearless thrill-seekers!
I got these Zara trousers from the charity shop last week, but they need a lot of tumble drying to shrink them as once I wore them on this day they were so loose! argh, lovely though. and my top has lovely detail at the back with two layers and its open-back. bargain from TkMaxx.
I wore this outfit last night to our dinner date to celebrate our nine year anniversary! Such a beautiful riverside restaurant, we were going to do punting as well but it was getting a bit chilly as we opted to eat outside!.. Hence the indulgent hot chocolate.
Same but different. We love to take this walk to the park, cafe and charity shops, adds to the journey looking at all the pretty old buildings.
I didn’t make these, so its cheating really but I must add that the littles must’ve sensed we had plans when going to bed as Grampy was watching them, and decided they wasn’t tired… We were an hour late I think so I’m happy to say we did ‘make’ our dinner booking!!
We have actually made lots of things with craft supplies at home this week, I haven’t taken many photos to share here as i’ve been too busy enjoying it with the little ones.
I felt really happy to have printed my freebie from A Beautiful Mess, and my Dad put his (very relevant) stamp on it, ha. Lucky we have the same humour!
So after such a busy weekend last week including a family christening, and a fantastic first week of the summer holidays, We’re going to be taking it easy this coming weekend. We may go to a local festival called ‘Peace in the Park’ but all depending on the weather I guess. This week has been so much better than I thought it would be, I mean everyone has the stressful days, but i’ve been using this time off to see how it would be if we get the option to flexi-school or full home school, we’ll take it as it comes. I thought the girls would’ve been so bored after one day but they have been so chilled and happy to be doing things at home that has included self-initiated play/learning. I’ve felt less like i’m racing against the clock and actually had a very productive week.
Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
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