Hello Sunday! This week seems to have gone by so quickly, though I feel like I’m always saying that at the moment! I feel like I’m getting sightly more on top of things, which is good. I hate feeling overwhelmed by all the things I feel like I have to get done or accomplish before the week is out.

 

It’s also been another quiet week for us which has been quite nice. Frugal Baby #1’s speech is coming on such a lot now and we can have little conversations, which is lovely 🙂 we’ve been playing a lot with his trains this week and it’s obvious that when he’s playing he’s making up scenarios. I wonder what is going on in his imagination sometimes! I wish there was a translate button 😉

 

I’m also 30 weeks pregnant, which means we’re on the final stretch! I can’t believe that it’s going so quickly. We still need to get the things down from the loft that we saved from Frugal Baby #1 and get ordering the other things we want to get. I want everything in place by the end of November, just in case! That includes having all of our Christmas shopping done too 🙂

 

Finally, the thing I’m most proud of this week is that I finally launched my first course! It’s actually a mini course all about reducing your food spend. Have a look at this post if you want to find out more – the reception I’ve got from it has been very positive so far!

 

5 things I’ve enjoyed/been grateful for this week:

1) Seeing a uni friend for a catch up and tea 🙂

2) Fresh flowers brightening up the living room

3) My Creative Countryside magazine – so proud of Eleanor!

4) Having a desert deliver as a takeaway – my pregnant self very much enjoyed this!

5) Having candles lit – makes it seem nice and cosy.

 

 

3 blog posts I’ve enjoyed reading this week:

1) What is it like making over $900,000 a year? by Think Save Retire. Having read Michelle’s blog for a long time, this was an interesting read!

2) Terry’s Chocolate Orange Truffles by Jane’s Patisserie. This isn’t a new post by Jane, but look how amazing these are! I definitely want to make these.

3) Save Money This Christmas With Your Ultimate Christmas Budget List by Thrifty Mum. It’s definitely not too late to get started for Christmas!

 

 

And, in case you’ve missed them, these are the topics I’ve posted about this week:

The Reduce Your Food Spend Course Is Live!

Motivational Quotes To Help You Save

The Reverse Advent Calendar Food Bank Challenge

How To Relax On A Budget

Simple Living Instagrams You Should Follow

What Is An ISA + Do You Need One?

 

What have you enjoyed reading this week? Any plans for the week ahead? I’d love to hear about it! 

 

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