What I Read 31


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I want to take a moment to send my wishes to all involved in the incidents in Paris. I read about what happened and am appalled that so many people have been hurt or killed.

Before the atrocities I'd put together these posts that I read, I hope you enjoy them.

What I Read 31 | Morgan's Milieu: My What I Read Badge

What I Read 31 | Morgan's Milieu: Nicky, of notjustthe3ofus blog

Whether it's blogging or daily life some days are harder than others. One day you can get up full of beans and ready to take on the day, and the next is like someone has stolen your get-up-and-go. Nicky shared a post that I enjoyed; Ever Wondered Where Your Mojo Goes? In it she asks what you do to entice yours back again.

When you're pregnant you quit drinking, get emotional, grow a larger tummy, and so many other things, but these things do not mean that you ARE pregnant. I loved Emily's post, No I'm Not Pregnant... In it she lists so many things, and they all made me giggle. You will be entertained by her post.

What I Read 31 | Morgan's Milieu: Marylin of Soft Thistle Life Blog

Life runs in constant cycles, ups and downs, often we feel like we're going round in circles. We strive to get the perfect life, the perfect balance, and tire ourselves out. Sometimes we end up so worn out that we simply give up, eat chocolate, have duvet days, and generally pack it all in. But what if we learned our cycles, learned what things we liked when. Wouldn't that make things easier? Marylin wrote a brilliant post on the subject: Balance is the New Perfection: Choose Rhythm Instead. I enjoyed reading and think you will too.

What I Read 31 | Morgan's Milieu: Hannah of Cupcake Mumma blog

We all get low sometimes, we'd much rather lock ourselves in the house and not see anyone. It can do us good to have some alone time. It's not depression but rather an 'under-the-weather' feeling, not ill, but not feeling quite like yourself. In Just Waffling Hannah talks about this kind of feeling and if and when she should do something about it. 

With Christmas just around the corner I'm sure all the women (and men) who love baking will be coming up with fabulous recipes for fantastic treats. I'm more of a jam tart kind of gal, you know... the kind you can get from Tesco! I'm sure I've said before that I'm not much of a baker, but I do like to give some things a go. One thing that looks tasty, and seems fairly simple, is Dot's Orange, Almond and Mincemeat Tart Recipe over on Gemma's blog. This may be something I can try out and make the boys I'm fantastic at baking...  Hmm I don't know if that's a good or a bad thing.

What I Read 31 | Morgan's Milieu: Janette of Life With Six Kids Blog

Us busy mums are always looking for things to make our day that little bit easier. Whether it's cleaning tips, how-to's on baking, or simply a great new toy for the kids, it's all helpful. That's why I loved Janette's post Stress Free Cleaning Tips for Busy Mums. She offers her tips on how to make your day easier.

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  1. Thanks for including me that's a lovely first for me :) I will be sure to check these lovely posts out too x

    1. You're welcome hun. Hope you enjoy reading the other posts. x

  2. Thanks for including my recipe! The deliciousness outweighs the amount of effort needed - perfect recipe in my opinion :)

    1. You're welcome. I'll give it a go at some point. x

  3. Have just popped over and read a few of these - you always pick great posts! See you the day after tomorrow! EEEEEEK!

    1. Thanks for stopping by Maddy. It really was lovely to finally meet you. xx

  4. Some great posts on here again lovely! I've read a couple so far (brilliant) and I'll be back later to keep reading. I love finding new blogs to follow and you have very good taste. X

    1. Thanks hun, I do love sharing what I've read. xx


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