Wonderful Wednesday

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WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY #59

We made it, the hump day is here! Just got to get over this little hill then it's smooth sailing in to the weekend. 

My first few days back at work haven't been too bad, I'm actually glad I've got something to do other than laze around on the sofa watching YouTube videos.

Shall we crack on? 



Reading with G

Over the past three nights, me and G have both got cosy in bed and settled down with our books. I absolutely love reading before I go to sleep and when your partner is doing the same it just feels like you're both in a little warm, cosy bubble. 

Fresh air

On Sunday, myself and G had a little wander around Hughenden Manor. It was so nice to breathe in the fresh, crisp air. It was absolutely freezing but it blew away the cobwebs and was the perfect end to the weekend. 

I say it was perfect but G hadn't actually bothered to check whether our original destination was open on Sundays. I drove for an hour, trying to find the entrance to somewhere that was shut. It's safe to say I was a little bit peeved BUT G quickly found another National Trust site and luckily it was only another 10 minute drive away. Note to self: Don't trust your partner to do ANYTHING. 

MY 2017 BOOK ADVENT CALENDAR

I'm well aware that Christmas is over. The decorations are coming down, biscuit tins are being replaced with Easter eggs, and the perfume set you bought your Mum is now half price. However, I couldn't not share my thoughts on my advent calendar this year because it was rather wonderful.

I've always had chocolate advent calendars and only discovered alternative calendars a few years ago when G bought me a make-up one. Back in October, I discovered The Book Advent Calendar on Twitter and immediately fell in love with the idea. 

I thought I'd share my thoughts on the calendar, as I know some of you are avid readers too! 


ORDERING THE CALENDAR

The Book Advent Calendar offered two different types of calendars for both children and adults, a 12 day and a 25 day. 

I opted for the typical 25 day calendar which was £25, meaning that technically you're paying £1 per book - bargain!

Upon checkout, you're asked to pick what genres you'd like to receive and if there are any authors you don't want to be included. 
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