I went back to work this week which was fine for the first few days but I struggled through the latter half. However, we have had slightly lighter mornings and evenings which made it a little easier getting up and brings the promise of springtime.
This week also saw Ian run the Bath Half Marathon and I was there cheering him and our friends on. It was so inspiring to see people of all ages and levels of fitness giving it a go although I’m not quite sure it has persuaded me to sign up for one yet!
This week I have been…
Making: bowls of steaming hot soup to enjoy on cold nights
Going: to cheer on the runners at this year’s Bath Half Marathon
Wearing: pearls on my nails
Eating: all the doughnuts!
Drinking: more water in an attempt to cut down on the amount of tea I drink
Reading: marathon running and pre-running diet tips to Ian
Watching: the finale of Broadchurch – I wasn’t as taken with it this season but at least the final episode wrapped up a few loose ends
Buying: well, it’s not really buying but I have sponsored people I know for various charity events (and it kind of felt better than buying more make-up!)
Planning: a new flight route home from America now that a certain low-budget airline changed their times meaning we miss our connection…grrrrrrr
Cooking: a Sunday Roast…nothing beats it
Baking: nothing again this week although I am feeling inspired after watching the celeb version of the GBBO. Well, I wouldn’t say ‘inspired’ but more of a feeling that I can do better!
Writing: in my journal every night – I’m really happy I’ve kept this up
Favouriting: lots of bedroom decorating ideas for my next project – I particularly love Kate from ghost parties’ style
Working on: my stamina and upping my weekly runs
Trying to decide: what to wear to school for World Book Day #teacherproblems
Wishing: this week flies by as we have fun weekend plans in London!
Enjoying: the lighter mornings and evenings
Needing: to go to bed earlier now I am back at work
Feeling: so proud of my husband and bestie for raising so much dosh for Cancer Research
Giggling at: Madonna’s epic fall at the Brits…didn’t we all?!