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365 Grateful – Days 223 to 226

365 Grateful – Day 223:  Grateful for a lovely catch up with a friend for brekky at a new local cafe which is awesome. On Thursday I met up with a friend for coffee and breakfast at a cafe we hadn’t met at before.  It’s called Jimbo & […]

The Power of Now

I’m very thankful to Rita of The Crafty Expat for providing the opportunity for my first ever guest post over at her blog today as part of her ‘For the love of literature‘ series.  I’m talking about the book I’ve just read – “The Power of Now” by […]

365 Grateful – Day 183

I’m grateful for the end of my book drought with the arrival at the library of a long ago ordered book! I’ve said before on my blog that I love reading!  I normally ALWAYS have a book on the go and usually a pile waiting.  Sadly though, I […]

365 Grateful – Day 153

Today, I had thought my grateful photo would be quite different.  You see, I was meant to go to a blogger event.  My.First.One.Ever!  I was looking forward to it.  It was a riverside barbeque organised by Jacqui of b-Brand (who also blogs over at CRAP Mamma) and Lenards […]

Let’s Catch Up!

Hello there! You may have noticed last week that apart from my 365 Grateful photo’s it has been a little quiet here at MinsMash!  I think it’s time we had a little catch up.  Let me fill you in on happenings over the last week! There is a […]

My Week According to Instagram

Tonight I’m linking up for the first time with Tina Gray {dot} Me and her ‘My week according to Instagram Blog Linky’. Rather than creating a collage, I decided on a slide show.  It starts from today – Sunday 4 November – and goes back to last Sunday […]

365 Grateful – Day 38

I’m grateful to have newly acquired favourite childhood books! My parents recently came to visit and my mother presented me with a bag of goodies containing a few surprises, including the three pictured favourite books from my childhood.  The moment I saw them, I felt a sense of […]

365 Grateful – Day 13

I am very grateful for books!  As I pointed out in a recent post, I have always loved to read.  Reading not only can educate you, but can transport you to another place and another time.  Reading can reduce stress, provide tranquility and solace, increase your vocabulary and […]