Sunday, 3 April 2016

The Sunday Brunch Post, Episode XI

DISCLAIMER: Brunch still not included.

This is the last fortnightly Sunday Brunch post you'll see. But don't panic, you'll still be getting the brunchy goodness, just on a monthly basis instead. I love writing these posts, but I'm finding it harder to fill them with interesting things now I'm working, and I don't want my content to become stale, so making it a monthly occurrence should make things a bit more fun for everyone. 

Mildly interesting things that happened this fortnight:

Bank holidays now mean more than they ever have, and I was so happy at the arrival of the Easter bank holiday weekend, although it was a shame I was unwell for the first couple of days. I didn't get up to too much, just seeing family and eating chocolate, of course.

I've also caught up with a couple of lovely friends, and went on a crazy night out on Friday with my pals from home, followed by a group trip to Top Golf yesterday.

Things that have kept me entertained:

Because I was super organised last weekend and had written all the week's blog posts, I had my train journeys free to read, so I started and finished Mitch Albom's The Five People You Meet in Heaven, which I really enjoyed. I'm sure there'll be a review up on here at some point in the near future.

I've also decided to start watching The Big Bang Theory from the beginning, on the evenings when I'm too tired to focus on House of Cards.

Posts I’ve loved:

  • Laura from elelibee is killing it on the blog content at the moment, and I especially enjoyed her Feel-Good New Start Goals post.
  • I've been tempted to start a Bullet Journal for a while, so I loved seeing Sam from Little Fickle posting about hers.
  • I loved Jemma's March Summary on her blog Dorkface - such a great idea!
  • Aisling from Aisling's Beauty Bytes posted a hilarious list of things she's learnt from living alone for a week.

And finally, here’s a round-up of what I posted over the last two weeks, in case there’s anything you want to catch up on:


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