Things I Loved: March

Woohoo! Spring is finally here – the sun is shining, the days are longer and people are smiling more. Today I’m sharing some things I loved in March.

I love daffodils, they brighten up my garden and my sitting room  🙂 

I sat in the sun this morning, savouring every sip of my strawberry and banana smoothie.

I made my first pair of earrings.

And I made my first bracelet. I’m teaching myself how to make jewellery and I’m loving experimenting with different beads and charms.

I enjoyed a relaxing bath, adding my gorgeous Lush bath bomb.

Chilli con carne is one of my favourite dinners. I made a big pot of it yesterday – yummy!

What did you love in March?





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9 Responses to Things I Loved: March

  1. elizabeth allcock says:

    I love seeing the blossom on the trees and I’ve just got back off holiday so March has been great!

  2. Haha this could honestly have been my wives post. Same everything! Daffodils are a bit light in our garden this year and Mother’s Day brought a special bath bomb too. Let’s see what April brings.

  3. Dafodills always make me smile! And I’m loving that we’re finally getting some sunshine.

  4. Miracle Max says:

    Yum, I love strawberry and banana smoothies. And great job on the handmade jewellery. Jo x

  5. Ickle Pickle says:

    I love Daffodils too – they are so cheery. Love your jewellery 🙂 Kaz x

  6. A lovely little lot of lush! I’ve enjoyed a little break from work 💙

    Thanks for sharing!

    Leigh x

  7. Sarah says:

    I love daffodils so much! I’ve been having bunches in my kitchen for weeks. They’re so pretty and so spring-ey!

  8. Jenny says:

    I always treat myself to bunches of daffs in March too!

  9. Sarah says:

    The strawberry banana smoothie looks delicious! That actually reminds me I have strawberry and banana left in my fridge, will totally make that for dessert now!

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