Welcome to another Sunday Thoughts post.
In last weeks Sunday Thoughts, I talked about how age doesn’t matter when going to University and also that I am still deciding on what I actually want to do when I finish University, even though I am 25 and will be 26 in March. Although I know what industry I want to work in, I’m still very open minded and I’m fine with that and I’m happy.
I wanted to start this post off with something that people always ask me when I tell them that I travel to University every day. People always assume that I live at/near University and always ask why I don’t live In Lincoln, but in fact I travel in everyday, which yes is over 40 miles away, but I really don’t mind. I made the decision to stay living at home because it actually works out cheaper for me, I know I have to pay for petrol and carparks but it does actually work out cheaper me doing this. I also wanted to stay living at home, because I am still working part time and my Job is in my hometown. At first I will admit that it did take a little time to get used to driving in everyday, but I’m just used to it now and I am happy driving to Uni and then back home again. I’ve decided to do a post, which will be coming out soon on my tips on commuting to University, as I have learnt what to do and what not to do, a huge example of this is making sure I get enough sleep! I also have lots of little things that I do and things that I take with me that prepare me for the drive and also during breaks at Uni. I am also going to be doing a few more University posts on different topics very soon.
5 Happy Things
Here are 5 things that have made me feel happy this week.
1. My mums homemade fruit crumble.
2. Udi’s chocolate chip bagels.
3. I’m going to be the producer for a radio show on Siren fm for a University assignment.
4. Pumpkins are the shops!
5. Snuggled up in a blanket, watching Once Upon a Time on Netflix.
5 Blogs I Love
Here are 5 blogs that I love reading –
I have been a huge fan of Megan for such a long time now, I love reading Megan’s posts and her blog is just so lovely.
I always love reading Gemma’s posts, and the photos are gorgeous. (Highly recommend checking out Gemma’s Instagram and shop.)
If you are a huge Harry Potter fan like myself, then you really need to check out Dee’s blog. There are also lots of posts about theatre which I absolutely love.
I have been following Becky’s blog for a very long time now, I am also a huge fan of Becky’s Instagram too, all of the photos are so beautiful.
I love Kimberley’s blog and I especially love reading Kimberley’s music posts. There are also lots of beautiful photos too.
Dairy, Wheat and Gluten Free Recipes
Looking for something new and tasty to make that is dairy, wheat and gluten free, check out these recipes.
Chocolate and Orange Bread and Butter Pudding
Strawberry Jam Sponge Cake | Dairy, Wheat and Gluten Free
Banana and Oat Cookies | Dairy. Wheat and Gluten Free
Banana Bread | Dairy, Wheat and Gluten Free
Vegetable Pasty | Dairy, Wheat and Gluten Free
2 Ingredient Pancakes
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Cookies
Peanut Butter Cookie
Homemade Dairy Wheat and Gluten Free Bread
Homemade Dairy, Wheat and Gluten Free Jam Tarts
Miffy Cookies | Dairy, Wheat and Gluten Free
Chocolate Chip Brownies | Dairy, Wheat and Gluten Free
Here are some of my recent beauty posts.
My Autumn/Winter Makeup Look
Nivea, Daily Essentials | Sensitive Day Cream and Night Cream
Do You Believe In Fairies?
Mini Zoella Beauty Haul
Rose Gold and Pixie Pink | Sleep Makeup
5 Beauty Mistakes I Used to Make
I really hope you have enjoyed this weeks Sunday Thoughts, please leave me your blog links in the comment section below, I love checking out new blogs to read and seeing what you have been up to.