Those happy days continue… Day 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 & 19



30 April 14

Nearly finished reading this wicked book about past stories told by Londoners who have had the pleasure of living there and their experiences. Such an interesting read and if you happen to live here I think its worth you grabbing a copy of it… or if you ask nicely enough to borrow it I might say yes. 



1 May 14

Ordered my electric blue wig for the Rugby 7’s monsters party and it came within 1 day – happy bunny! Always love a good dress up party and when it involves tens of thousands of people in one gigantic stadium, it just makes it that much more fun!



2 May 14

As part of my social dining club I joined a group of mixed individuals in London at Canvas Restaurant. Its unique tasting menu which you can pick to your own desires, is owned by Swiss Chef Michael Riemenschneider. Dessert is always my favourite menu item so when this was served I couldn’t wait to dig into it. I don’t want to give too much away but it involves Beetroot and basil. For more you will need to look out for my review in the coming days.



3 May 14

Came across this quote again today which is very fitting to this challenge and a favourite of mine.  Without trying to sound to negative I think that if there is something or someone who is not having a positive affect on your life or doesn’t appreciate how wonderful you are then they are really not worth keeping around. 





4 May 14

Nothing like a refreshing Cosmopolitan on a Bank Holiday weekend after the sun has been shining bright all day. I will admit that I used to drink a few too many of these babys back in my younger years and you can never really get sick of them. Containing vodka, cointreau, cranberry juice and a dash of lime, they go down pretty well at any time of the day (ssshhh you didn’t hear this from me!)



5 May 14

Everyone loves a three-day weekend so what better way to spend your day off then to hit the cinema for a feel good film on your own. I don’t know about you but I always like the feeling of switching my phone off and disconnecting from the world for a couple of hours. Professor Paul Dolan form the London School of Economics has said the secret to happiness lies in being able to turn your mobile phone off and concentrating on your friends and family rather than constantly texting and sending emails. 

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And on that note….

Stay happy!


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  1. Melissa says:

    Beautiful positive post! Keep on shining girl x

    • StephJH says:

      Aww thank you for the lovely comment Mel – your support is and feedback is much appreciated and of course you can borrow the book after me 🙂 x

  2. Melissa says:

    And please may I borrow that book 🙂

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