Sunday, 4 September 2016

Weekly Reflections // Week 100

28th August - 3rd September

Favorite Photo

Top Thankful or Happy Moments.
♥ Netflix marathoning.
♥ Baker loving his new toys.
♥ Passing 12+ breeds of bird on my 15 min walk to work.
♥ Having less than 100 movies to watch to pass my annual goal.
♥ Seeing the Heron catch his breakfast.
♥ Mug cake.
♥ Getting to the route of the problem.
♥ Having almost every post from now until the end of December planned!
♥ Shopping for my new diet. (Not the weight loss type of diet)
♥ 86 days until DLP.



What I've Watched.
[!] Horse Sense     ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
[!] A Ring of Endless Light     ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
[!] Bad Moms     ⭐️⭐️


Other Articles etc of Interest.

Posts from the Past. 
Favorite post from this week - Kielder Forest Charity Walk // Day 2, Part 1
This week in 2015 - 25 (more) Random Facts About Me!
This week in 2014 - The Nickelodeon Tag!
This week in 2013 -  n/a
This week in 2012 - Race For Life 2012




Just a quick note that next month I will be ending this series. It will have been running for 2 years and although I enjoy the outcome usually, it can be slightly stressful to complete on a short time scale  (seeing as all my other posts are pre-written one to three months in advance) especially while I have been ill. That and I did a quick ask around on Twitter and it seems people think I should end it too.
At this moment in time I have no idea what to replace it with. I will also be away for a week in the winter and so I think I'll wait until January to resume Sunday posting. I'd really appreciate any feedback, suggestions of a new series etc. Thank you to those who have supported this series. xo




16 comments:

  1. Looks like you had a wonderful week! The article on the Canadian clay is so clever, it'd be amazing if we could introduce it to every day life :)

    You could always try a seasonal favourites? That way you only need to do it four times a year and you could collect information as you go?xo

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    1. Always a wonderful week when you focus on the good :)
      Isn't it?! I wanna take a dive into all that clay.

      That's a good idea! I already do a quarterly haul so that'd be cool.

      xo

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  2. The story of the autistic child is so sweet. I always read at least an article you are sharing, love that.

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  3. I've really enjoyed these posts, so will be sad you're stopping them! But it will give you a Sunday off for a while and you dont have to worry about it for a while :) xTania xx taniamichele.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you Tania, that's lovely to hear. I am actually rather sad to see them go but people voted on Twitter so I'd better do as the world tells me ;) haha

      xo

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  4. Aw I'm sad to see these posts go!! I always look forward to seeing interesting new blog posts to read! I was going to suggest maybe doing a monthly reflections instead of weekly but now that I think about it, it may actually be more stressful trying to keep track of everything for an entire month lol!

    Renee | Life After Lux

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    1. Me too actually! I'm really struggling on what to do to be honest... I still want to do something similar but might re-start in January seeing as I'll be away in Nov/Dec.

      xo

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  5. LOVE that shot of the swan and the ducks, so cute! I just saw that article about the clay and the antibiotics yesterday - how awesome is that?! Nature always has the cures! Love the one about the hand drawn map as well, so sweet! Love Charlene's post about the vegan food in Glasgow - a total lifesaver. Sad to hear you're ending this series, but I understand. Sometimes you need to have a little change and to shake things up on the blog, I feel a bit similar at the moment so I get it, but I wanted to let you know, I have loved these Sunday posts so don't think they weren't loved too! Sometimes though it feels right to change it up. :) I hope you're doing OK and feeling better now too. <3 - Tasha

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    1. Thank you! It was actually a fluke shot but I quite like it. Isn't it amazing, it's why medication is always the last resort for me.
      I'm really gonna miss them so I need to still do something similar I think...thinking cap is on.

      xo

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  6. Wow you're amazingly organised. I'm sad these posts are going as I've only just found your blog, but I think sometimes a change is fun so I'm excited to see what replaces it.

    http://fourcatsplusus.co.uk - Amy x

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    1. Thank you! It's a little quirk of mine...I get too stressed when I'm no organized haha.
      Bless you, thank you!! I'm sad too but it seemed when I did the poll that no one was interested in them. I might do something similar as I'll miss it.

      xo

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  7. Aww, it's such a shame you are ending this series as I always really look forward to this series. Remember to blog for yourself, not anyone else. If you want to keep this series going, do! If you don't, don't. I'd hate to think you were getting rid of it because Twitter said so :( Equally though, I can see that you do have other reasons; short time scale, having been ill recently, and those are your reasons for ending it. So I understand. Look forward to seeing what replaces it! x www.aimeeraindropwrites.co.uk x

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    1. That is what's making me want to still do it. Like it is a lot of work...but I really like looking back on them. I just felt that if people didn't like them I should just stop but I'm really not sure now haha.

      Maybe end it and start it back up with a bit of a mix up in January...

      xo

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  8. Woah 100 weeks of weekly reflections! Time flies, I remember when you started this series!

    Ah, it's sad to get rid of it if you do enjoy it. I tend to enjoy taking breaks from series and then starting again without changing anything, I just enjoy the break. But with how you schedule everything, I imagine that it's a bit stressful.

    I liked what others mentioned about a monthly post, rather than weekly. What about a monthly post about what you have been watching, reading, fun things you've been up to with Baker, just a little chit chat. I like these posts because I like being nosey about what you've been up to in your every day life.

    What about the Taking Stock type post, I find them really quick and fun to write and they are a nice once a month thing, I think. That's what I'm deciding to do instead of writing something like a Life Lately post.

    Blogging it complicated haha. But don't let Twitter tell you what to do. Twitter is the devil!

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    1. Crazy eh?!

      I think I might take a break after the 2 year mark and then take it back up in January with a little bit of a twist/re-boot.

      Oh I know, there have been some right nasty beggars on there recently.

      xo

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