Not that many things have brought me joy this November, due to being in a national lockdown, however there are a few things that have brought a smile to my face.
My birthday weekend away in Bristol – On Halloween (Scorpio baby) we travelled to Bristol. We saw the beautiful colourful houses, and ate and drank till our hearts were content. I also came home to a gorgeous Lush gift box from my best friend and her husband, so sweet of them.
4th wedding anniversary – Due to being in national lockdown, we couldn’t go out and celebrate, so we got a Nandos takeaway, drank prosecco and watched Joker. Such a great film!
Nan’s funeral – The day before our anniversary was my nan’s funeral. Although it was a sad occasion, time spent with family was lovely. We had a little feast and drinks to mark the occasion. There was also bubbles and sparklers, which were nice touches.
Doing 10,000 steps every day – I got into a really good routine of going out for two/three walks a day to hit 10,000 steps. However, I haven’t been able to continue it this week as I was self isolating for an operation.
Eating soup with sourdough bread – I’ve been on a soup diet for the past 2 weeks and I’ve lost 3 and a half pounds. I have had cheat days too, had a chicken kebab last weekend and this weekend I had a Chinese. All about that balance.
Putting the Christmas tree up – We put our tree up early this year, cause we just felt like doing so, I’ve also almost done all my Christmas shopping, go me!
Banana and nutella – For a snack, I’ve been slicing a banana in half and putting nutella in the middle, then bake in the oven for ten mins and voila, the best snack!
Comfy loungewear – I’ve been wearing loungewear non stop this month. I bought a set from New Look and it’s just too comfy to take off.
Having the stent removed from my kidney – I had a minor operation a few days ago to remove the stent from my kidney. I went into a very swanky private hospital and the nurses and surgeons were brilliant.
What little joy’s have happened to you this month?
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Happy thanksgiving! And happy belated birthday. November hasn’t been easy, but it is good to look back and remember every flavor and appreciate it.
Happy thanksgiving. Thank you! I agree, December is going to be tough as well, we’re in tier 2 but feel lucky that we get to spend xmas with some loved ones this year. x
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Oh such a gorgeous post. Love the positive vibes x
Lisa | lisaautumn.com
Thank you :). x
This is such a lovely post, it was great to read!
Thanks Danielle :). x
Putting my Christmas decor up early seriously has set such a good tone for the season! I am jealous of your 10,000 steps. Similar to you, I can do it for a few days, and then I fall completely off my routine! I need to figure out a way to be more consistent with it.
Ashlee | https://www.alignedwithash.com
Yasss! Love everyone getting Christmassy. I haven’t done 10,000 steps in a liittle while, due to recovering from my operation. I need to get back on it! x
Beautiful pictures. I need to try that banana and nutella snaack, it sounds delicious 🙂
Thank you! OMG its amazing!! x
I always like to believe while every day isn’t good there is always good in every day, one just needs to count their blessings. Such a lovely post. x
Thanks Bernadette, oh so very true. x
Such a lovely post! November is my favorite month because I was born in November. I just had my birthday a week ago and I’m quitting my job. My mental health always comes first. One door closes, another door opens, so they say. xx
lenne | http://www.lennezulkiflly.com
Thank you! Ahh happy belated birthday and good for you! x
Sounds like a good month, despite lockdown! Glad you’re op went well x
Thanks Siobhan! All well and rested now. x
Banana and nutella is the one!
Lucy | Forever September
Yasss! It’s soooo tasty. x