We’ve been very lucky in the UK this bank holiday weekend, the sun has been shining for the past four days and temperatures have been north of 20 degrees Celsius which has been a dream. I decided to take the days off, for the most part anyway, to spend as much time as possible soaking up some good old Vitamin D whilst we still have this weather.
I’ve been working for myself for a little while now, so obviously that means that I have to self motivate a lot and ensure that may days are well spent. There’s no better feeling than shutting your laptop and plonking yourself on the sofa for an evening with Netflix after a productive day. So with that in mind, I thought I’d do a little blog post of some tried and tested (by me) tips that I find really help me get through my daily to-do lists.
Why hello there! I hope everyone has had a pleasant of a Monday as possible. I’m currently home alone watching the England match, and of course because there’s no way I can give football my full attention for a whole 90 minutes I thought I’d take this opportunity to multitask and do a lil bit of blog work at the same time.
Hello and happy Bank Holiday Monday! I hope everyone has had a lovely four-day weekend filled with lots of chocolate. I for one am feeling slightly sick after devouring my Lindt bunny in one sitting, but I suppose you can’t do Easter half-hearted right? My long weekend has consisted of seeing friends and family, reading and of course eating.
It’s no secret that the news is full of tragic events – pick up a newspaper and its slim pickings to find anything remotely positive. Bad news sells papers after all. Reading stories about the horrors happening across the globe is a sure fire way to get you down, and whilst it’s vital to stay informed, it’s equally as important to remind yourself that not everything is doom and gloom. In an attempt to cheer things up, I’ve put together some uplifting news stories to warm your heart…