Hope you've all had a good week? It was Harry's birthday on Monday, and even though I didn't have anything planned as Amelia was at school it was a really lovely day. We had family over throughout the day and then when Amelia was home from school we gave him his birthday cake. He loved all of his presents especially the ride on car and scooter. His birthday came round so quick after Christmas this year I couldn't believe it. I didn't feel prepared at all compared to last year!
One of my New Years resolutions this year is to be more active so when I was asked to try out the FitBit Charge 2 at the end of last year I jumped at the chance. I had previously owned a Fitbit Flex a few years ago so I was interested to see how they both compared. I have now been using the Fitbit charge daily for almost a month so I thought I'd share a day in the life with my Fitbit Charge 2 to give you an idea of just how amazing it is!
Living in the countryside here in North Wales we love nothing more than getting out in the fresh air no matter the weather and exploring. Harry and I often go for a morning or afternoon walk during the week whilst Amelia is at school and I love our little walks together. One of our favourite spots to go is a local nature trail where Harry loves watching the birds, picking up leaves and finding different types of bugs. We can often be out for a few hours as he loves to walk, so I always ensure we have plenty of snacks whilst out and about whether it be to the park, local nature trail or the forest.
I fell off the bandwagon last week and ended up having a chinese takeaway last night so this week I've decided I'm not going to have one. I'm hoping I can stick to the meal plan this week even if I do switch the days around as the amount of money I spend on food on top of my food shop is ridiculous! I'm out with a friend on Wednesday but other than that I'll be cooking every day of the week.
Once the barometer starts to descend, it’s time for pies. Not only do they make you feel warm, they’re also hearty, filling and sure to inspire your spirits in a way that helps you cope with long winter nights and short, cold days.