A Day in my Life

8am – Copious amounts of tea and checking emails.


9am – Breakfast (Bran flakes, if you’re interested) and more tinternet stuff.

10am – Get ready for the day, showered, dressed, makeup etc.

11am – More tea and more work on laptop.

Painting NailsLunch

12noon – Paint nails and have lunch of houmous on ryvita.

Walking over the canal

Custard Factory

1pm – Walk into town. Meeting at 1.30pm.

The Custard Factory

Work in Coffee Shop

2pm – Do some work in coffee shop, Urban Coffee Co. I had a ginger and lemon tea.

3pm – Meet up with a twitter friend.

Walking home

4pm -Walk home.

Prawn and Chorizo Linguine

5pm – Rustle up a quick dinner of Prawn and Chorizo Pasta.

And then spend the rest of the evening trying to get on the internet to try post this. Unfortunately I was rather late with this post. Darn lack of internet in my new place is not helpful when trying to run a month-long blogging challenge. Nevertheless, it’s up now!

I’ve loved catching up on some of the other Day in the Life posts. It’s the little details and the mundane that I really enjoy. Everyone’s life is so interesting. And I love to be nosey, ha!

Have a great weekend everyone!


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  1. Love your photos. They are beautiful. I’m glad that you could finally get to posting them.

    I’m like you: I love reading about the mundane details of people’s lives. The mundane is interesting.

    I’m jealous that you can do your own nails. Mine always turn out a mess.

    Thanks for setting up the challenge. I’m enjoying it!

  2. I have been meaning to thank you for putting together this challenge! I am absolutely loving every minute of it – both writing up my own posts and reading others. Having the topics picked out has allowed me to be more creative with my blogging and step out of my comfort zone a little. Thank you for that!

    Your city looks so gorgeous, and I wish I had a big bowl of prawn and chorizo pasta in front of me right now! xx

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