Hello there, it’s been a while.
Lockdown and then Tier 3. Now is the time to focus on the little things. That’s my survival mode.
I haven’t been around much on here lately and to be honest I’ve really missed it. Whether it’s reading your comments or just losing myself in writing words I need to get back into updating this space. If truth be told it’s because of the accident and feeling under the weather as well as life taking over at H2 Consultancy. But it’s good to be busy and feels great to be feeling like myself again.
How are you all doing?
I’d like to say I’m back and hope to write more regularly here but I’m not going to commit just yet. I’m hopeful. For the most part me disappearing has been for positive reasons. I haven’t found the time to write as my business has kept me incredibly busy. I haven’t been switching off in the evening or at weekends which is usually my time to get creative. I need to work on the balance a little more.
I know as the month of December unfolds I’ll be back here sharing festive joy as I switch off from the business and delve into family fun for Christmas. I am fairly active over on Insta so do say hello over there. I’ve been enjoying making some festive reels. More to come this weekend.
It’s the little things that keep you going…
As we stay in what can only be described as Lockdown for the next few weeks I’m focusing on the little things that make me smile. I’m so glad that we were still able to visit the Christmas Tree Farm. It’s been a Hargreaves Family Tradition for so many years. And then we’ve been decorating the house for Christmas. Drinking my first Eggnog Latte. Creating a Winter Wonderland with Snowflakes, I put together a little Reels here if you fancy getting festive.
And let’s not forget wearing woolly hats and pulling out all my cosy knits. Dressing Bobby up for Christmas, much to Mr H’s dismay I think Bobby loves his gear! Watching festive movies is always something that makes me smile, we’re enjoying as many family nights with treats and maybe even a takeaway as we can. We took a trip out to a local bakery and picked up Cruffins and toasted sandwiches. Ooh they really were a treat.
And lastly, it’s a blessing not having somewhere to go in some respects as I do like a lazy start to a weekend. My weekdays are so busy and with early starts – starting the weekend mornings with coffee, breakfast and a magazine in bed feels like a real treat. Soon this will change as I believe grass roots football is able to kick in even in Tier 3. The boys are very happy.
I hope you’re doing OK. And finding joy in the little things.
See you next time!