Well gang, it’s been a while, hasn’t it?
I’ve been meaning to write something up but I haven’t found five minutes to actually sit down and get a post together so apologies for neglecting you, ya lovely lot.
Anywho, I’m back with a post I’m sure you’ll appreciate – it’s my favourite things for autumn, which also happens to be my favourite season.
So snuggle up cosy, grab a cuppa & have a read.
I’ve been watching Gilmore Girls for roughly 2 years now, in between watching every other thing I’ve wanted to watch.
But over the last few weeks, I finally managed to finish the whole thing AND watch Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.
I find Gilmore Girls is the ideal cosy, autumn series with all the nostalgia vibes. It’s also the perfect antidote for a year that has had us all reeling. Nothing bad ever happens in Sleepy Hollow. And that’s why I love it.
I don’t know about you but all this time inside has made my concentration levels absolutely plummet. I just can’t seem to focus on something for more than five minutes, without checking my phone or watching something on the iPad.
I was looking for an app to help me and I found the perfect thing in Flora. All you do is set a time limit – I usually do 25 mins – and if you don’t go on your phone for that time, you grow a little tree or flower. After a week, you have a garden. Then each week, your garden renews.
I’ve found it ideal for actually getting shit done. Give it a try and let me know how you get on.
The gift we all needed at the end of 2020. Season 4 of the Crown.
I know there has been a lot of controversy around this season, in particular, of the Crown but I think most people understand the use of artistic licence throughout.
In my view, the Crown is a very clever portrayal of the royal family & British politics. Every single episode, I end up Googling something to see exactly how events happened.
Charles & Diana in this season are played exquisitely well by Josh O’Connor and Emma Corrin. Love it. Perfect autumn watch.
I am a huge fan of podcasts & have found myself getting so excited whenever I see a new episode of Table Manners has been uploaded.
Jessie Ware and her mother make the perfect hosts, cooking their guest a tasty dinner. I absolutely love hearing the guest’s stories and the rapport between Jessie and her mam. It’s a really cosy, feel-good podcast and I love it.
If you haven’t heard it already, go and have a listen.
Walks by the sea
Throughout lockdown, I always went for my walk around the beach and it’s something I’ve continued to do now it’s autumn.
I find it so refreshing first thing in the morning and it’s also massively beneficial for my mental wellbeing.
If you’re not already following me on Insta, give me a follow (@whatcomesnextcoaching) as I’m always posting videos of my walks.
I’m lucky enough to live by the most beautiful beach and it’s something I’m thankful for every day.
What are you loving this autumn?