Sunday, 13 January 2019

2018

2018, the year of change, loss and new beginnings. I have to say, I really did enjoy 2018, despite some extremely low points. It allowed me to really open my eyes and see the things that matter. I finally feel bright and I'm very content with my life, this is the best situation I've ever found myself in and I couldn't be happier.

I'd like to do a roundup of my favourite moments of the year before move onto any current posts. I am feeling extremely positive about 2019, and am really looking forward to what adventures the year brings.

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Wednesday, 31 January 2018

5 Things That Made Me Happy In January

One of my goals for 2017 was to be positive. My mind seems to be stuck in a negative rut. No matter what I think of, I always think of it in a negative way first before realising there are obviously positives. I believe that this is one of the worst traits about myself, but it is something that I want to completely transform in 2018, and I hope that by the end of the year, all the work I will have done on my mind will completely pay off and I will automatically think if a positive way. 

To help me achieve the transition to a positive mindset, I've been trying to do various things. Every evening, either when I'm driving home from work or doing something in my flat, I say out loud 5 things that have made me happy that day, it can be tiny or huge, there really are no limits. Some days it can be a cup of tea first thing in the morning, to loving how my hair looks. I've noticed that doing this everyday is actually having a huge effect on my mindset and is helping me to adjust to thinking positively. 

For my blog throughout 2018 I want to do a monthly roundup of things that have made me feel great. Meaning if I am feeling particularly crappy over a long period of time, I am able to look back and see things aren't actually that bad. So here are 5 things that have made me happy in January! 



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Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Farm Girl Cafe Review

In December, I went on a trip to London with my blogging babe, Abi. The purpose of the trip was to attend the Blogosphere Christmas Festival which was on the Saturday, however we decided to make a full weekend of it make the most of  London around Christmas time. Unfortunately for us, the weather was absolutely rubbish, you know the classic British combo of wind and rain - not ideal. This stunted our plans of taking fab blogger shots in idyllic locations instead we spent the majority of the time running in the rain, complaining how cold it was and being fed up of the gloomy skies were ruining those perfect Insta shots! 

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