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10 Good things

When you are reading this post, I’m in London. I’m sure a few good things happened since I scheduled this post, but I might include those in another good things update.

1. London. Since we’ve got the caravan, we had a trip every month, even if it was only a couple of nights away. My husband, Festus and I love caravanning, it’s a fab way to go on holidays while having your own things with you. I planned a few things for this trip, I hope I’ll have time to do most of them.

2. Shopping. My husband and I went shopping twice and both times I found nice things. I don’t understand why sometimes I can’t find anything and sometimes I just find lots of things I want to buy. Well, I should enjoy the moments when I find what I’m looking for.

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3. Going to Carlisle. On our trip to Hadrian’s wall, we stopped again in Carlisle. I like this town a lot, the city center is not that busy and there are so many shops to chose from.

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4. Funny dog in Lidl car park. He was sitting and waiting for his owner. He barked only when I was too close, just after taking the picture. As soon as I stepped over that imaginary line that made him guard, he stopped. He was so funny. Festus did this once, it was hilarious.

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5. Exercising in the park. I usually prefer to workout at home, but in the summer is better to take advantage of the fresh air. I’m not keen on running, so having a place where I can enjoy exercising is great. I also like that the park is full of people doing all sort of sports, running, playing football, exercising at machines or having a class outside.

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6. Belted Galloway. Isn’t she a beauty? I saw her on our trip to Hadrian’s Wall, but it didn’t fit in the posts I had about the holiday, so instead I shared her picture here. It’s too cute not to show her.

7. Prosecco. For our 2nd home anniversary we’ve opened a bottle of Prosecco, we had a lovely meal and we’ve remembered how complicated it was to get our home.

8. Baking. I’m baking again one of the challenges from the Bake Off and it’s going good. I had a disaster, but I learned from that one and now I know how to make perfect Viennese whirls. Only by trying (and failing) I can develop and learn, so it’s a good thing. It didn’t seem like that at the time, but after the 2nd batch turned out perfect, I was very happy.

9. My husband. I think I should mention him at every good things post. I try not to, but he is great. We’ve been together for a long time, soon we’ll celebrate 14 years since we’ve met in a train.

10. Soup&smoothie. In June I’ve started a challenge to have a smoothie everyday. I did it. In July I’ve decided to add a twist: soup or smoothie, depending on what I can get. The idea was to add even more fresh fruits or veggies in my diet, especially if I’m busy and I don’t have time to cook from scratch. It was a great idea and it’s manageable. Now I’m starting to get used to soup or smoothie each day. I will continue to keep track, to see how long I can do it.

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