7 Things I Loved in May

Focusing your attention on the little things in your life makes you appreciate what you have, it’s great to find joy in and value the positives. Concentrating on things like hearing your favorite song on the radio, the peace and beauty of the tweeting birds on the trees in your garden or even the smell of bacon in the morning, helps you feel better about the world around you.  May has been a challenging month but there were positives too.

7 things I loved in May

7 things I loved in May:

  1. Watching the beautiful roses growing in my garden.
  2. Planting new seeds in my garden.
  3. The bouquet of flowers brightening up my living room.
  4. Slathering vanilla pistachio with shea butter hand and cuticle cream on my dry hands.
  5. Enjoying some home pampering with a rejuvenating green tea and mango face mask.
  6. Replenishing my Nespresso coffee supply and enjoying an espresso in my new cup.
  7. Completing the micro-actions in The Book of You.

What did you love in May?

Keep smiling 🙂


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41 Responses to 7 Things I Loved in May

  1. Love that rose! Is it scented?

  2. We planted all our seeds in the garden this weekend and it has been my favourite thing about May too!

  3. Sally Mapes says:

    Great idea Claire! I also enjoyed planting seeds and preparing the garden for summer. I’ve enjoyed reading some of the texts I’ll be examining in June’s A’ Level Literature paper, even though it’s work related. I enjoyed lunch at the beach with my husband on Bank Holiday Sunday. Looking forward to enjoying June too.

  4. Leanne says:

    Love a bright bunch of flowers to brighten the home. I received some from Bloom & Wild this month which were lovely!

  5. Nikki says:

    Sounds like you had a great may! Your roses are beautiful!

  6. StressedMum says:

    I love flowers in the garden watching plants grow and bud, which I have a few that have been blossoming this month x

  7. I have the same hand cream and it seems so nice doesn’t it?! x

  8. Sounds like you had a lovely May. I hope June is even better.

  9. I love the seed bombs, I’ve seen something similar for my kids and I think they would LOVE it! H x

  10. Rachel says:

    This was a lovely post and I adore watching flowers grow. I have a rose bush in a pot which I bought after my Nan died and it flowers every single year without needing too much effort x

  11. May has flown by! I can’t believe how quick it’s actually gone. Lovely selection of items. I bet the green tea and mango face mask smells incredible.

  12. Ana De Jesus says:

    Aw so glad that you had a lovely May, it is definitely the little things that count and the roses look beautiful xx

  13. Sarah Bailey says:

    Ohh the book of you sounds interesting I’ll have to look into that more! x

  14. Liz Mays says:

    I love the bouquet! People should decorate with flowers more often. It’s definitely nice seeing all of the blooms outside though!

  15. Elizabeth says:

    Such a great way to live, this. I really ought to focus more on the little positives instead of the big negatives.

  16. Such beautiful flowers and I love seeing all the beautiful flowers growing in May too X

  17. I love the sound of that hand cream it sounds really lovely.

  18. Jessica Ayun says:

    Coffee supply is so much to love about for me. Haha. I feel so accomplished by a cup of coffee.

  19. The roses are gorgeous! They would brighten even the dullest of days.

  20. Alina Davies says:

    A lot of floral related things! I do love the joy that flowers bring in spring.

  21. Fuss Free Helen says:

    I think that the Book of You is just what I need. time to focus on me!

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