Brain Dump 02

Bound for a haircut and countless errands to run, I headed into my local town centre to tick a few things off my bullet journal list. Walking in the sunshine was a refreshing change. The light breeze, happy glow on everything and the fact I didn't need to wear a ski jacket, hat, scarf and gloves was a pleasant change. Spending so much time on busses and trains often leaves me oblivious to how nice just simply walking is. It's nice to not be in a rush and be able to breathe normally rather than 'OMG OMG my connecting train is in 1 minutes time MUST GET TO PLATFORM RUUUUUUN.'

Shopping, browsing and picking up MORE homeware from you guessed it, tiger and this time M&S added to our ever expanding 'home stuff' and made me give myself a massive pat on the back because yeah, I have latte spoons to accompany my very grown up latte glasses. #Goals. I even got those little cocktail sticks that you can pop a chunk of cheese on. Those li'l life essentials.





My wandering around Worcester city centre lead me to their very fancy gold library where I browsed the art, fashion and architecture sections for books on sustainable art and once armed with enough reading material to get me through my next 8 hour flight, I headed to my hair appointment.



An hour and a half later I emerged from the salon, lighter and breezier with about an inch and a half off the head bush. My blonde bob hair do is now freshly cut and with a much cleaner look. It's about time. I got my hair cut at a training salon to help trainee hairdressers with their cutting, my hairdresser Amy did a great job and now my bangs are all even (Yay!) what more can I say!?

Other than buying non house essentials and chilling whilst the hair got a chop, I've been all work and no play. (Unless you count starting to watch season 3 GIRLS. I know, I'm so behind the times.) Having a full time job and finishing up the final uni submission of the year has been taking up a lot of time. Those real life problems. So it's really been a case of work, write paper, eat vegan lasagne, work, write paper and eating more of the huge vegan lasagne I made.

Hopefully, by the end of this week It'll be a little less hectic! and I might have polished off the last of the bloody lasagne. In the mean time, I'll continue editing the final elements of this paper, whilst I try out a new hydration foot pack (It's like paper socks with intense moisturiser in them, It's wet and weird!) but I'll let you know how I get on via Twitter!

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