My 100 Days of Happiness project is coming into the home stretch now and I’ve got mixed feelings. On one hand I’m going to miss looking out for a happy moment each day but on the other hand I won’t have the 10pm panic when I realise I haven’t remembered to document my day. Anyway with no more ado, here’s what happened over the last 10 days.
Mr O and I discovered this fabulous flavoured coffee and I’m a bit obsessed with it. Looking forward to trying the other varieties.
My brogues were falling apart so I was super excited to find these fringed buckle up ones in the Office sale. This was their first outing.
Mr O and I have a massive herb and spice collection that I tend to just chuck onto the rack in a disorderly fashion but Mr O beautifully rearranged them. Very nice.
Mr O had a day off from his hard life of tour guiding so he came and met me for lunch near my office. We went to our favourite Thai restaurant, which is also the scene of our second date.
Last week I did another rifle through my wardrobe and sorted out this pile of clothes that are too big. It was exciting to realise that my journey to changing my body is continuing but a little sad because I had to part with some things I loved.
Book club time again! This time the girls and I went to the Table Café for brunch. I had this amazing buttermilk pancake with bacon, maple syrup and caramelised bananas. Yum!
Yes, this a picture of two tubs of butter. My mom taught me never to say no to a free sample and on this particular day they were handing these out on Oxford Street. I had to go up and down the road so I got one each way. Going to eat so much TOAST!
I finally bought myself some new trainers. When I bought my first pair I never thought I was actually going to go to the gym so I cheaped out a bit. This time I went for something a bit more stylish… on sale of course. This was the new Nike Rosherun’s first trip to Zumba.
On Thursday night I went to a party at the Haymarket Hotel to celebrate the 10th birthday of RetailChoice, which is one of my company’s websites. This is me and our fabulous events manager, Kathy.
To help cheer myself up after parting with such a big pile of clothes I decided to have a little stroll around the sales. I came out with a pair of fierce mom jeans that I’m still not 100% sure I can pull off, a burgundy embroidered crop top and a pair of floral vans. All for only £50!