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So last weekend I barely had time to scratch my arse as we were so busy getting ready for a car-boot sale on the Sunday.  This weekend if i'm being totally honest has been even busier.  I had college all day on Thursday as Dermalogica came to the college to show us their products, how they are used and how we can incorporate them into our facials (I was in skincare heaven).  Dylan made my favourite - pitta bread pizzas - they are mouth wateringly good and a hit with Fletch too//Friday morning I managed to squeeze my workout in, health and fitness is still very important to me and I do try to do my Kayla Itsines workouts 3 times a week.  Fletcher decided to decorate my piano with all of his cars.  Dylan and I watched The Thoery of Everything which I really enjoyed. There was so much I didn't know about Stephen Hawking, what an extraordinary man.


Apples from our apple tree (Dylan reckons he's making cider)//Enchiladas because they are Dylan's fave//A cosy night in listening to the rain hitting the window pane//outfit details, stripes ftw
A really REALLY lovely afternoon spent with my family at Godolphin which is a National Trust site but they had a free open day so we took full advantage of this. We had lunch in the sunshine, a ladybird fell in love with me, we saw thousands of crickets, had a walk around the gardens, admired the flowers and then walked to the top of Godolphin Hill where the 360 degree views where phenomenal.  It was pretty special and I just love spending time with my family.  I think its my favourite thing ever.
Mmmmm comfort food//painting Fletcher's room (goodbye green, it just wasn't working out) I have so many plans for his room, If only I didn't have massive student fees to pay


Marie Kondo's book The Life Changing Magic of Tidying has been going crazy on the blogosphere recently. I bought it after it came up as a "recommended for you" on Pinterest (gotta love Pinterest for some inspiration).  After reading it I couldn't wait to get stuck into my tidying/decluttering journey. The theory behind the Kon Mari method is that if your possessions dont spark joy then you should get rid of it, that way you are only left with items that you really love and bring joy into your life.