- Eating cake and drinking tea. This is fast becoming one of my favourite things to do. When I come home from uni, my Mom and I always head out to a quaint little cafe and indulge. Yesterday we went to a local garden centre for a hefty slice of cake despite my efforts to cut down on dairy ... oops. However my lemon tart was 100% worth a teeny slip up; it was delicious.
- Pinning like a loon. I only signed up to Pinterest a few months ago and I've already managed to pin over 2,000 images ... I think it's safe to say I'm slightly obsessed. I can sit on it for hours on end and I'm known for being glued to my phone when I'm supposed to be listening in lectures. Naughty! I'm always looking for new people to follow so please leave your username in the comments below if you have an account! Mine is here if you fancy having a look.
- Baking banana bread. I've made Roz's banana bread recipe three times now - it's so tasty! It's also completely guilt-free as it doesn't contain any sugar, milk or gluten; just bananas and almond flour. It's so easy to make, too, even if you're hopeless in the kitchen like I am.
- Reading. I haven't read a decent book in months, so while out shopping earlier this week I picked up Little Beach Street Bakery by Jenny Colgan. It's not usually the type of book I'd go for but I'd heard so many good reviews and the pretty cover definitely swayed me. I'm just over halfway through it and I'm really enjoying it - I won't go into too much detail about the storyline but I'm sure you can gather from the title that it's about baking. The only problem is I get so hungry while reading it! When I've finished it I'll be ordering another book or two from Amazon so if anyone has any recommendations please let me know :)
What have you been up to this week?