One of my wants for 2017 was to read more and thankfully for Christmas I received the fabulous Unmumsy Mum book. It’s a super easy book to read and has already had me laughing out loud and nodding along with some of the context.
Sitting reading Twitter the other night it lit up with the whole Sherlock season 4 spoilers. To be honest we stopped watching at the end of season 1, this wasnt due to not liking it or anything just purely down to either clashes of programme or something else….either way we never managed to pick it back up and are now 3 seasons behind! Starting last week we decided to watch it again from the very beginning, Season one is once again under the belt and we are now 4 episodes into season 2!
After making a vow to have completely clean work benches at the end of the day I moved the hi-fi into the kitchen. This has resulted in a sparkling kitchen every night as I’m in there dancing around and cleaning to Bruno Mars, Unorthodox Jukebox. His new CD is on my wishlist and I am on Amazon Prime so going to check and see if I can download that!
A MESS! That’s what the kids have done this past week. I don’t know if it’s the whole post Christmas/too many toys/OMG where do i put all this feeling or whether its plain and simply that my kids are messy buggers but boy this past week they have been on fine form! I am so looking forward to them having a routine of school and getting everything in place again – I love holidays but I love routine that little bit more!
We have been dragging out the matching Christmas dresses before putting them away for the year (walking round in summer wearing Santa isn’t going to go down too well is it!)
My vow of healthy eating, or at least conscious choices of my food has been going really well. I have upped my intake of prawns/salmon and I seem to have a real thing for melon at the minute which is great as that is what I am having for breakfast. (I usually skip breakfast so yay me!) Tesco have these Naked Noodle pots on for only 85p at the minute too so that went down well with the shopping budget this week.
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