THE SUNDAY POST #24

001. This post is coming to you from a stunning penthouse in Falmouth, where I'm staying with L and her family. We drove down yesterday; an eight hour sunny drive in a car with no air con is not the best way to travel! We headed straight out to explore, and then enjoyed fish and chips with a glass (or two) of wine on the balcony overlooking the harbour. Today is actually pretty grey, so we're going to have a lazy brunch and then a look around Pendennis castle.

002. I've been really off my blogging game this June, partly due to things going on at home, and partly due to just being so tired all the time. I really miss getting posts out and chatting to other bloggers though, so I definitely want to get back into a schedule, especially now I don't have exams. Do you have any tips for starting up again after you lose motivation?

003. Highlight of the week? Taylor Swift #1989TourManchester. We went to see her on Wednesday night at the Manchester Arena, and she was amazing. She sang all the songs from the album, as well as rock versions of Love Story and I Knew You Were Trouble. Her outfits were great, as well as her backing dancers and choreography. I've seen her tour before, and she just keeps on getting better.

004. I've been making healthy food swaps recently, things like having peppermint tea instead of normal tea, muesli for breakfast and sushi for lunch. I wouldn't say I eat unhealthily anyway, but I struggle to lose weight because I hardly ever exercise. I'd love to find a type of exercise that I actually enjoy doing, has anyone tried anything new recently? 

005. This weeks best meal came from Federal, we popped down for brunch and I had eggs royale with smashed avocado. L had a halloumi dish, with mushrooms, smashed avocado and poached eggs. I also had a lovely chai spiced latte. The service and food is great and I definitely recommend you check it out next time you're in Manchester. 

11 comments:

  1. Sounds like a fab week! I'd love to see Taylor swift ☺️

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  2. Sounds like a great week. I'd love to see Taylor swift ☺️

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  3. I live close to Manchester so I will be checking out Federal when next am in town. That is a pretty picture.

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    1. Thanks Stella.. Federal is so yummy, hope you get a chance to go x

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  4. I really wanted to see Taylor Swift but unfortunately I've had so much going on recently! It sounded like such a great show.x

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    1. Awh she was fantastic, hopefully she'll come to Manchester again on her next tour x

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  5. Hope you enjoyed your Holland & Barrett‎ goodies on the way down! You had such good seats at Taylor Swift - the view is amazing!
    I am really enjoying Yoga on the wii fit at the moment! It is so much harder than it seems but much more relaxing than running and other forms of exercise!
    Hope you have a lovely time away!

    Laura / www.smileatstyle.com xx

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    1. We did, they were the perfect car snacks, although someone else ate my Bounce and I never tried it! We really weren't that far away, it was fantastic! I used to love Yoga on the wii fit, definitely need to start that up again.. I completely agree, yoga is so relaxing xx

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  6. Oh wow I just came home yesterday after finishing uni in Falmouth! If you're stuck on places to go visit / eat at I have quite a few posts and reviews on my blog :) Hope you have a lovely stay there, would love to read about what you get up to! Beth xxx

    http://www.doodleanddaydream.blogspot.co.uk/?m=1

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    1. Your blog was so helpful when we didn't know where to go.. We went to a few cafes and a chip shop that you recommended so thank you so much! There'll be a photo diary up soon of my week in Falmouth xx

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