I’m glad to see you’ve popped back to have a read, and if you’re new to my blog, then get yourself a cuppa and make yourself right at home.
If you haven’t noticed, I’ve decided to post every two days now going forward, so be sure to check back!
So, right now, the weather here in Manchester is b-e-a-utiful. I love reading and watching ‘Day in the life’ posts/vlogs so I thought what better way to put all the pictures I’ve taken over the last couple of days to use then to put them all in here.
As you know from my last post on how I stay motivated, I’ve been making an effort to go to the gym and really trying to control my diet (the hardest part I’ve found) I started the day with a trip to the gym, and a coffee to reward myself afterwards. I can’t live without coffee! Who else is the same? Literally it’s so hard for me, but I’m trying to just go on one a day. With my obsessive love for coffee, has come the knowledge of where to get the best one- Carluccios. (Yes, your read that right!)
I then went on to wander my way home, which is a 20 minute walk- so not too long, but if you walk the right way you catch just the right picture. A lot of people who haven’t been to Manchester have this pre-conception that everyone has Oasis hair cuts, The Smiths play in the streets and you can probably catch people saying ‘Our kid’ every other sentence. However, apart from all that it’s just a pretty great place to live if you love the city life, it’s just a beautiful place. (Okay, I’ll stop talking about Manchester now…)
After deciding that I was tired, and really didn’t want to walk any where else, I lay on the grass outside and took in the sunshine. The best part about this was that living in Manchester it’s rare you can ever lie down on the grass, without getting a wet arse because it’s either been raining- or god knows what. Also, you never really get sun here and when we do we all pile into ‘Oyster Bar’ just off Deansgate and drink pints for under £4.00 (Legit, that’s what we actually do)
So far, I’ve been to the gym, lay on the grass and walked home. So now it’s time for the most important thing, a Sunday roast. I met Brett after work, and we headed to ‘Refinery’ where they served an incredible Sunday roast, and we sat with a bev enjoying the last bits of the sun, and hoping it would come back for the walk home. (It didn’t, it went back to Manchester’s favourite colour- grey) 👇
After that, we pretty much nursed our food coma’s back to health by relaxing on the sofa and watching rubbish TV. A perfect end to a perfect day.
Thank you so much for reading. If you liked this style of post, let me know and I’ll do something similar in the future. I will be posting a VLOG soon from the day, and I’ll let you know when that’s up so you can go on over and have a look!
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Love as always,