The week that was: Week 38
Between the pie on Monday and the #SeriousAboutBaking event on Thursday, this has definitely be the unhealthiest week on the blog since I started it at the beginning of the year. And we’ve got one more unhealthy recipe to come – I’m sharing a sloe gin recipe on Monday, even though I won’t be drinking any of this year’s batch.
Despite the unhealthy content, I’ve been feeling pretty good of late. My back hurts and my stomach feels tight and heavy all the time (for those of you tuning in for the first time, I am 25 weeks pregnant), but I just have my energy back which is great. Let’s hope it stays around for the next 15 weeks!
- I’m reading The Monogram Murders. I work for the publishers, and sit next to the marketeer who has been working on the campaign, but I have to say I’ve been avoiding reading this for a while. I love love love Agatha Christie, and really didn’t want to be disappointed by Sophie Hannah’s new Poirot story. Well, I shouldn’t have worried because it’s so much fun. I’m just at the big ‘gather everyone in a room and reveal what really happened’ bit, which I love because I am terrible at piecing the bits together and I always gasp along with the suspects. Love.
- Reading Anna’s moving post about being brave. I hadn’t read this until I saw this on Instagram– looks like it was good news – or as good as it could be. I’ll be thinking of her today – good luck Anna!
- How Pinterest inspires creativity
- Oh. My. God. I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS
- Yay! Scotland is still with us! This was my absolute favourite article about the referendum.
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