Happy Monday everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend:) I had a lego building, transformer playing, Shrek watching weekend with my little nephews and Sunday was a day of getting organised and chilling out. So as I sit here writing this post, I think how we normally go into panic mode on Sunday’s as the weekend is nearly over and Monday looms before us. With that, I thought that sharing 5 ways to be more optimistic would be a great way to start the week. These are tips that I remind myself of all the time and I share these not as an expert in mental health and wellbeing, but I am just simply sharing what works for me:)
It’s Friiiiiday, whoohoo!! Eh, and this is the last Friday in January, WHAT?! With that thought I decided that I would make the last Friday of each month a rundown of what I have loved throughout that month. This will be absolutely anything from films, to places I have been, to restaurants, to makeup and clothes…you get the idea:) So let’s get right into my January favourites!
I did buy this bag last month but I just had to include it as I love it even more this month, maybe because I have been actually using it! Just look at it. Seriously though, ain’t she pretty!! Maybe you think the pattern resembles your Granny’s couch too much?! This is a small bag and there was a larger one with the same pattern that I may regret not buying instead…:( You can find it here.
Hi everyone! Thank you for popping by to check out the second review in my ‘What’s On My Nightstand’ series:) As promised from my last review this week’s book choice is a totally different genre. This psychological thriller is the newly released ‘The Woman in the Window’ by A. J. Finn.
Happy Monday everyone, I hope you all had a great weekend! We had a fairly quiet one but we did go out for dinner and few drinks with friends on Saturday night which was so nice:) So today’s Motivational Monday post are 5 tips to make your day easier. I am sharing some very basic things that I do all the time to keep, to help make my day go a little smoother!
Is the utility room the most under estimated room in the house? How important is your utility room? From the advice that people have been giving us on building a house, then I think that maybe the utility room (or mud room and laundry room) sometimes ends up been an afterthought. On numerous occasions we have people tell us ‘I wish we had made our utility room bigger’ or ‘I didn’t realise how important the utility room is’. So I have taken this nugget of information, from those who are in know, and I am taking our utility room planning very seriously!