The Perfect Sunday Routine

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It's funny how as you go about your day to day life, little ideas for blog posts will pop into your head isn't it? Last Sunday was the night before I started my new job, so I was getting myself into a right panic over every minor detail, getting myself so worked up I then got stomach cramps. I sound like a right drama queen don't I? I promise I'm not! Anyway as I was getting all my things together I thought it would be a nice little post to write about the perfect Sunday. I know that Sundays can mean a lot of different things to people, some go to Church, some go to work and some see it as the final day of relaxation before
Monday comes round again! I'm used to working weekends but lately I have had some time off so it's been nice to spend the day with my family when they aren't in work.
 
Every other Sunday, my mum always makes an amazing roast dinner. I love this as we all get to sit together to catch up and then there's a load of desserts to choose from! (Not the best if you're trying to be healthy!) I will usually spend some time making the most of writing blog posts. I don't tend to usually write more than two posts at once and if I'm not feeling it, I wont write any at all. I love taking the time to catch up on all the latest posts and putting time aside to comment on other blogs. When it comes to the evening, I find it easiest to get everything ready for the morning ahead. If you're anything like me, it's so difficult to leave your warm cosy bed in the mornings, so it makes it so much easier when you haven't got to rush around like a headless chicken at 7am. On Sunday evening I'll usually get my lunch ready for the next day (anyone else make a health lunch and then buy something unhealthy anyway?!) , pop a face mask on and paint my nails ( I used Nails Inc 'Bristol' last Sunday and it's still going strong a week later. If I'm super organised then I'll pick out my clothes for the next day too. My favourite way to end the evening is to join in with the #bbloggers chat at 8pm and then snuggle into my bed and watch tv! I'm currently obsessed with Celebrity Big Brother, what am I supposed to watch when it ends?!
 
What's your perfect Sunday? x



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  1. I usually work Sundays but I actually don't mind doing a daytime shift! I get to come home for a lovely roast and sit down to Mr Selfridge then :) xx
    www.LaurasHaven.com

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  2. I like sundays. :)) I usually take time for myself on sundays :))

    http://prettypurple92.weebly.com/

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  4. Your Sunday sounds perfect :) I used to work Sundays and it was only recently I realised how amazing they are- I like to get myself sorted for the day and sort out errands, watch an old movie like Breakfast at Tiffanys or have a Netflix binge with copious amounts of tea, then always end it with the bbloggers twitter chat xo

    www.goldilocksnotebook.blogspot.com

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  5. Your sunday sounds a lot like mine. I tend to laze around, write some blog posts, take pictures and spend time with family, there's nothing better than a Sunday roast to end the day x

    daisy-drops

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  6. I love Sundays, I rarely get dressed and just chill out x
    Beautyqueenuk xx

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  7. Love that image! it's so adorable! <3 Sundays for me consists of blogging, lots of tea, disney films and usually a pamper sesh <3

    zara xx
    zaras-bowsandpearls.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. hah, you don't sound like a drama queen at all. thats how i felt Anytime i started a new job, or anything new for that matter.

    great blog!
    shall we follow through bloglovin?
    https://www.bloglovin.com/brikenasela

    xo, Brikena
    www.jarofjoy.blogspot.com

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  9. Sounds like a perfect sunday, I don't have a roast every week but always look forward to it when we do have one! I've also been really enjoying CBB for a change, not usually one to watch it. Going to try and join in with the #bbloggers chat tonight as I always seem to miss it haha.

    Beauty by Alicee xoxo

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  10. I often work weekends too so it's nice when you get a Sunday off to spend with family. My boyfriends mum makes a roast every Sunday and then we usually come home and cosy up to watch TV :) x

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  11. Lazy Sundays are the best sundays! Your sunday seems so nice - definitely a family kind of day!
    xoxo,

    BerryBloomXO.blogspot.co.uk 

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  12. your Sunday sounds great! Roast dinners are the absolute best thing ever; a mountain of yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, tons of gravy mmmm!
    Hope starting your new job went well!xx

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