Sunday, 14 August 2016

The Sunday Post || Things to Do This Week

The Sunday Post || Things to Do This Week
For today's Sunday Post I thought that I would do a round up of some of the things I have been loving recently that I think you should try this week including my current favourite workout, recipe, YouTube video and book.

EAT 
Ever since I saw these delicious Raspberry Breakfast Muffins in one of Amelia Liana's videos they have been a firm favourite of mine. They are the perfect, healthy breakfast and are so delicious it is hard to believe that they are relatively good for you. I love having these for breakfast or as a snack throughout the day.

WATCH
About a week ago Em from My Pale Skin posted this amazing tutorial on YouTube and I absolutely loved it. One because I love Em's tutorials and two because it was a tutorial of my favourite Snapchat filter, the golden butterfly one. I am yet to try this out but it really is stunning and such a good idea for a tutorial. If you haven't already watched this I would highly recommend that you go and do that now.

TRY
I have been a big fan of Karena and Katrina from Tone It Up for years and have loved all of their workouts. This week I tried one that I hadn't already tried, the Pool Side Workout, which I absolutely loved it. If you haven't tried any of their workouts out before, definitely give this one a try this week.

READ
Since tidying my room last weekend I started reading the Marie Kondo book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying. Now you definitely have to take this book with a pinch of salt as it can be a bit extreme but the main ideas are really good and I can definitely say that once you have read it you will have an urge to start tidying and organising your stuff, so if you need some motivation to tidy and sort out your things, try reading this book and see if it helps.

I hope you have a good Sunday, and let me know if you give any of these a try!

Chloe
xoxo
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