Oh hello, Friday Favourites.
Did you think I had forgotten about you? No, I have written two and mysteriously lost them. Anyway, before I bore you into oblivion, here are my not so exciting favourites.
I have always loved Halloween. Well no, that’s a lie. I have loved Halloween since I was a walking mess, otherwise known as my life whilst at university. Anyway, there really is something magical (excuse the pun) about Halloween. Misty evenings, rubbish children’s costumes and woolly jumpers on cute little pups- I will never understand why people don’t like it.
In recent years, my life has calmed down. Yet, my love of Halloween, has grown- I just approach it differently. And the new approach involves, my bed, hocus pocus and wine. You know, I’m living my best life.
Caramelized Pecan Latte
Guys, I may be alienated from the blogging community but I HATE Pumpkin Spice Lattes. So when Starbucks brought out this baby as an alternative, you can bet your big toe I rushed to buy one. And it’s beautiful, I’m drooling just thinking about it.
At the Bloggers Blog awards, I wore the most ridiculous shoes. As the day wore on and the shoes I wore started to make me feel like my feet were imploding, and on the train ride home I swapped to my 90p spotty flip flops. Although, that wasn’t enough to stop me from getting the mother off all blisters meaning that blister plasters are currently a gift from god right now. No one can ever say anything different.
Love Me Not by M J Arlidge
If you have read my Goals for autumn post, you will know I really want to read more. So after a mosey around my local Sainsbury’s I found this little gem! Love Me Not is about a serial killer and the chase to catch him. I promise not to give any spoilers but it’s definitely worth a read!
Do I really need to say more? Diet Coke has saved my mood many a morning, evening or sleepless night. Can it be my new boyf?
Despite the coffee and diet coke I really have been trying to eat better. Meal planning is such pain but really does help! My dad and I are introducing healthy lunches and evening meals to our week. Even though I may sometimes fall of the wagon, I can already feel a huge difference.
I love October, mainly because it’s starting to get cold. I love occasionally reaching for my blanket scarf, but only having to wear a jacket because after mid-day you could melt it’s so warm. I love the fact the leaves are turning to a beautiful rusty orange. AND I LOVE THAT WE CAN NOW PUT THE HEATING ON WITHOUT ANY GUILT! October I blinkin’ well love you!
And there you have it, my not so exciting Friday Favourites. What have you been loving recently? Let me know in the comments!