Goodbye February

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Another month down, February flew by, we were pretty busy the whole month through. Another good month, the little signs of spring that are showing up are keeping me hanging on through these cold days – we’ve had a few mild days in between the cold snaps, there are bulbs popping up in my garden, and I can see the world around me waking up after it’s winter sleep. I usually find February a tough month, spring is just around the corner but we’re still firmly ensconced in winter. This year it’s felt so different, I don’t know why. We’ve had so many fun things dotted throughout the month that it hasn’t felt long or tough at all.

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On a personal level, I’ve been working on my goals. Sticking to my healthy living goals, more water, healthy food, daily workouts {though I did take a few days off when I was ill}. I’ve been reading and reading and reading some more. I still haven’t quite got around to sitting my driving theory test though, that seems to be my sticking point. I got the most gorgeous new tattoos on my thighs, my confidence has sky-rocketed and I’ve totally stopped giving a damn about what other people think. I’ve been spending lots of time thinking about what it is I want, where I want to go, what my longer term plans are, especially career-wise. I’ve also really enjoyed playing around with photography again after not really picking up a camera that wasn’t attached to my phone all of last year {you can see the results over on my IG and in this post}

Family-wise, it’s been a busy month. We celebrated Pancake Day {of course – we ate pancakes all day long}, Valentines Day AND Chinese New Year – just realised all those are food related haha! We’ve watched Coco, Early Man and a sing-along version of The Greatest Showman at the cinema! We had a day out at the Zoo, and went to Liverpool to see the Terracotta Army. We also went bowling this month, had a few games nights and lots of family time.

How did your February look?



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