THE SUNDAY POST #5

001. February can only mean one thing.. It's my birthday month! I usually head out for a nice dinner and some drinks with friends, but I feel like doing something completely different this year. Any suggestions?
002. Yesterday L and I went to York for a day trip. Despite having to buy gloves halfway through the day to keep out the cold, we had a lovely day. We explored around the Minster, the Shambles and Clifford's Tower and enjoyed a great pub lunch at the Punch Bowl. We had dinner at Strada - highly recommend their chocolate fondant for pudding! 
003. Don't ask me why, but recently I've been pinning a lot of interior and garden ideas. Most students enjoy the carefree years of student housing, but I cannot wait to have my own place to do up the way I want. Follow me on pinterest to see all of my future ideas 
004. This week I discovered Fitgirlcode, the perfect site to get your exercise and clean eating motivation back during the cold winter evenings. Whilst I haven't been to the gym at all this month, I've been working out a lot at home and I'm planning on adding two visits per week to the gym in February. 
005. I started back at uni after exams this week, and I'm really enjoying my new modules. I think it's because I was finally able to pick some that I was interested in. It's really scary to think that I'll be graduating in summer, with absolutely no plans as to what to do next!

8 comments:

  1. you looks so comfortable! oo ill have to check out fitgirlcode. sounds great!

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    1. It's a great website full of inspiration, definitely check it out x

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  2. Beautiful place! What to do next is always the question and usually what you least expect is what will come to you.

    myunsettlinglife.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. I really need to visit York! Sounds like you've had a great few days x

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    1. It was a really lovely day out, not too far or expensive on the train from Manchester either x

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  4. Thinking of more unusual birthday plans can be quite difficult can't it? How about a fun day trip - I always fancy doing the Rail Ale Trail - or hosting a murder mystery party where everyone has to dress up and get into character? Hope you have fun whatever you decide! :)
    Jen x

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    1. A murder mystery party sounds like a great idea, I love dressing up so I think I'd really enjoy that.. Thanks for the idea Jen! x

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