I have had a pretty good month, I took my English professional skills test and passed; which I am really happy about. I just have to go do my Math’s test now. We celebrated both my parents birthday’s this month. I visited Pulp Kitchen a couple of times this month, if you live in Southend or are visiting then check them out. Their produce is so fresh and tastes amazing, nothing is pre-made (apart from the amazing cake) and all smoothies are done fresh.
I’ve also gotten into Yoga again this month. I forgot how rewarding a yoga session can be, I have been crouched over a desk a lot this month practicing for my math’s test and stretching out my back is such a satisfying feeling. I also love the feeling of peace I get after a session of yoga. It’s relaxing and I think I will be trying to fit it in my routine at University.
I have had a fantastic reading month in April. I have read 5 Novels, 2 Graphic Novel Volumes, 2 Novella’s and 6 Short Stories …
A Cowboys’ Touch by Denise Hunter, Scarlet by Marissa Meyer, Uprooted by Naomi Novik, Lumberjanes Vol 1 by Noelle Stevenson, Five Dates by Amy Jo Cousins, Full Exposure by Amy Jo Cousins, Watching Elijah Fall by Amy Spector, Lumberjanes Vol 2 by Noelle Stevenson, I Spy Pecan Pie by Amy Birmingham, City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare, Don’t Name the Puppy by R.D Hero, Falling for You by Matthias Williamson, The Trouble with Cowboy’s by Denise Hunter, Welcome to Shadowhunter Academy by Cassandra Clare and Sarah Reese Brennan and The Lost Herondale by Cassandra Clare and Robin Wasserman
1. Girl Problems!!! Lipstick and Soy Lattes 2. Pizza party for one and I regret nothing
3. The yoga mat has come back out! 4. Tasty smoothies in the sunshine + Pineapple
5. Celebratory smoothies!!! Just loving the smoothies 6. Loving the sunshine and cherry blossoms 7. Happy 200th Birthday to Charlotte Bronte
8. Practicing my runes and I’ve finally finished the TMI series!!
I have been on a book buying ban this month, it was surprisingly not as hard as I thought it was going to be. My friend Amy has joined me on this venture and as she rightfully said that we have saved a lot of money. I haven’t exactly made a huge dent in my TBR but I do feel like I can make progress and I realise that now I have a kindle I don’t need to buy loads of books but focus on the books that I want to read and I know I am going to read.
I picked this cotton bandeau dress up for my brother’s graduation from ASOS (X) I got it with 20% off so I got it for £12.00 instead of £15.00. I love the dress, it is a soft jersey cotton and looks good without being too fancy, so it will be smart enough for the event.
Forest Feast Street Food (X)
If you know me I love some nuts and Pick n Mix stuff so when I was looking down the nut isle and saw these packs and decided to try some I chose the Louisiana Hickory Barbecue and Ir de Tapas. I definitly preferred the BBQ ones but they are a tasty snack and would be good for dinner parties.
I don’t usually do medical dramas but I was watching HTGAWM on Universal and the advert for Chicago Med was on constantly and it really intrigued me so I thought I would check out the first episode and I wasn’t disappointed I have a couple of episodes to watch still but I do reccomend. I want to watch Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D which are part of the same ‘Chicago’ universe.
Catfish Season 5
Season 5 of Catfish: The TV Show started this month and I love this show so I have been watching this religiously every Monday night. This has been another amazing season and I love every minute of it.
7 Years by Luke Graham