The second half of this week has been particularly difficult, so I am incredibly grateful that is now the weekend. The first half of the week went by quite slowly, and it was the same old, same old. On Thursday, I had a routine antenatal appointment, but that is where things went a bit off course. In short, momentarily, it seemed like there might be a big problem with bump, and I was booked in for some emergency consultations and scans. Thankfully, everything is fine, but in that short window of time, it looked like we might have to deal with a very scary situation. From now on, my main focus has to be growing and nurturing the life growing inside me, and take a step back from other areas.
Money-wise, May seems to be going a bit astray in terms of spending; we are definitely spending more than usual and I’m not totally sure why. I think that June will have to be another month of really keep everything under wraps. I know for certain that I’m not going to meet my NSD target for May, due to little spends adding up over the month.
5 things I’ve enjoyed/been grateful for this week:
1) The fact that we live in a country where you get free healthcare; I was so grateful for the NHS on Thursday.
2) Getting to see our bump on the screen again and to see them moving around was pretty special.
3) I seem to have a mild obsession with dates this week; so sweet yet healthy!
4) A bacon sandwich and a cuppa on Saturday morning; there’s no better start to the weekend.
5) We’ve started to watch The Vikings tv series and it seems good so far; looking forward to seeing what happens next.
5 blog posts I’ve enjoyed this week:
1) My April 2015 Monthly Income Report by Pat Flynn. Another mind blowing month from Pat; this guy really knows how to earn a living online!
2) The Easiest Way I Made Money This Year by The Savings Novice. A simple trick but definitely important.
3) The Greatest Wisdom From Roald Dahl Books by The Stylist. Lots of fantastic messages in children’s books.
4) A Year Isn’t A Year by Dividend Mantra. A post that made me reflect on what I really want from my early adult years.
5) France to force big supermarkets to give unsold food to charities by The Guardian. Finally, something that should be happening everywhere.
And, in case you’ve missed them, these are the topics I’ve posted about this week:
What have you enjoyed reading this week? Any plans for the week ahead? I’d love to hear about it!