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Friday Feelgood Five 5.8.16

Just recently the world has seemed a bit depressing at times. Terrorist atrocities, mass shootings, lovely people dying, the Brexit fiasco… need I go on? So to cheer myself up I’ve been trying to take pleasure in the little things in life. Each week (probably, time permitting) I’ll share with you five things that have made me feel happy – the Friday Feelgood Five. Probably all quite trivial in the grand scheme of things, but that’s kind of the point. So here are this week’s offerings!

The mug I got at the Yorkshire Wolds Half

This was a tough event (my review is here¬†ICYMI) but worth it to get this lovely handmade pottery mug at the finish. Of course it’s too nice to drink out of!

Mugs

 

My new running tights

I popped into Tesco for a couple of things this week and came out with these. For only ¬£14 they’re great – good length, back knee ventilation, wide/low waistband, key pocket and snazzy design! I love them, and they go really well with an Asics vest I already have.

Leggings

Olives

Specifically these olives I’ve just discovered at Morrison’s with lemon, thyme and garlic – delicious. The only trouble is they make me want a glass of wine!

Olives

Lidl Healthy Bargains

I only go to Lidl about once a month, but I always discover loads of healthy bargains when I do. On this trip I picked up (amongst other things) tahini, milled linseed (to add to my breakfast), halloumi, dark chocolate, coconut milk and High 5 hydration tabs. They also do really well-priced bags of mixed nuts. Oh, and the wine department is great!

Lidl

Strawberries

We’re coming to the end of the British strawberry season now, but I’ve really enjoyed the ones we’ve had from our local Pick Your Own farm this summer – sadly now closed for the year. Local, fresh produce always tastes so much better than shop bought.

Strawberries

That’s it! Because living well is sometimes just about enjoying the simple things around us.

Feel free to share your favourite things this week, I’d love to hear about them!

 

 

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