☁️ Today, I’ve decided to do Georgie’s link up this month. Day in the Life is a monthly link up where bloggers document their daily life on a designated day each month to show what a typical day is like. Make sure to join in! I always love reading what people have been up to on a daily basis (always curious!)
As of lately, my days are very “planned” out. They usually would include rushing into university to make it in time for my 9 am lecture. It’s usually a difficult task – not because of getting up or anything like that – but simply: public transport. I have the worse luck when it comes to trying to catch the bus in the morning. I’m always 60 seconds too late or when I am early, the next bus is cancelled so I have to wait in the freezing cold for another 30 minutes for the next one.
I usually do get an hour or so break in between lectures, being the hard working student that I am – I spend it drinking coffee and doing work at “my” corner of the university.
I didn’t have many lectures today, so my partner in crime and I decided to go to town to run some errands and take some photos for this post! It was fun taking these, I love the autumn feels from them!
When we got to the main town centre, there was a little market event where you could pick up a variety of things like food, clothes, decorations etc. There is usually a Christmas market every year too, it’s practically the same but with beautiful lights decorated all over!
There was this little hat stall. Naturally, we had to try some on…
When I got home I was treated with packages from Depop, Missguided and H&M – the life of a shopping addict but it feels like I earned them (that’s what I like to tell myself to justify my purchases! ?) After a long day, I usually try to stay away from my bed otherwise it would result in:
Today was one of those “I miss you so much bed!!” so I ended up napping for an hour but now I’m well rested for watching as many episodes of Friends as possible before my busy weekend of uni work and part time work-work.
Have a lovely weekend!
Posted under: Daily life