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Happy Moments

My happy moments | July 2019

I really enjoyed writing my June happy moments, I think it’s so important to sit back and think about all the things that you enjoy each day, culminating in heaps of happy days per month, so here I am celebrating and sharing my July moments….

Sofia School

Sofia finishing school

So July saw us complete Year R, AKA the first year of school! I can hardly believe that my baby has done her first year of education and what a year it’s been for her.
I’m so proud of her and all that she’s achieved and can’t wait to spend some quality time with her over the holidays.

Neilson - Girls Holiday

Childfree holiday

Well, this was a HUGE treat! July saw me head off on a four night holiday to Spain with one of my best friends; no husbands no kids! It was all very last minute but as the days grew closer I was worrying that I wouldn’t know how to relax and mum guilt really set in for me.
However, on touchdown all of those initial worries melted away and I had the most amazing, relaxing time. Just what the doctor ordered!

happy moments - happy birthday

Another year wiser…

July saw me turn the ripe old age of 36, so I am now officially closer to 40 than 30. Yikes.
But rather than going all gloom and doom, I want to celebrate surviving another year and all the things I’ve achieved in my life so far. So here’s my virtual pat on the back!

Podcasts

Podcasts

This is a bit of a weird one, but this month I discovered podcasts and I’m converted! I’ve got into the weekly¬†Loose Lips with Luissa Zissman and Anna Williamson and also Shagged, Married, Annoyed with The Ramseys.
I’ve also listened to some educational ones, I just need a longer commute to work now to be able to listen to more!

happy moments - thumbs up

A bit of a strange one…

If you follow my blog you’ll probably know I have huge anxiety over the sickness bug. Well, on my return from my childfree holiday the kids caught the horror bug so we had 5 days of passing that around the family. It was horrible but it also made me realise how far I’d come with my anxiety around it; I got on with it, I didn’t starve myself in anticipation and I kept positive overall. So I’m celebrating it!

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