Weekly Round-Up #4

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General stats of the week:

  • Good days: 5  Okay days: 2  Bad days: 0
  • Books read: Twenty Thousand Streets Under The Sky by Patrick Hamilton
  • Interviews attended: 1
  • Job offers: 2
  • Gluten-free Snickers brownies consumed: 1

Favourite blog reads:

Quote of the week:

We all have big changes in our lives that are more or less a second chance.
– Harrison Ford

Blog stats of the week:

Things that have been out of the ordinary this week:

  • Moved into our new apartment and got to drive a van
  • Bought myself three books for a tenner on Amazon (yas Queen)
  • Cooking everything on the hob because our oven doesn’t work
  • My mum offering to buy us a brand new sofa and me saying; “Are you crazy, they are practically a million pounds” (or that’s how they seem to a virgin-sofa-buyer)
  • #TimeToTalk reminding me to keep the conversation going about my own mental health, instead of hiding away and isolating myself.

How’s your week been?


  • Gloria says:

    Can’t wait to see the new apartment. Your comment about the new sofa made me laugh!

    How’s my week been? I’m doing a miracles course this year and just counting the miracles that pop up, the little ones and the big ones. Part of it is clearing out all the ways we block ourselves (blamelessly because most of the blocks are there because of things that have happened to us and are simply stuck energy. Most of the time we don’t even know the blocks are there and it takes detective work, which is why I love EFT so much. It brings them to light and then they can be let go).
    I wanted to share this as it’s from one of my favourite poets, Rumi, and because I had a massive experience of feeling completely loved this week, something I’ve never experienced before. It was a miracle of sorts , so I’m sharing this because it spoke to me after my experience –
    Your task is not to seek for love,
    but merely to seek and find
    all the barriers within yourself
    that you have built against it.”
    ~ Rumi

    • Lauren says:

      That miracles course sounds great, love the idea of counting little and big miracles that happen.
      What a lovely poem! I’ve been meaning to read more poetry.
      Glad you havea had a good week 🙂 xx

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