So April happened.
Honestly, I didn't love it. I found it increasingly hard to actually do things I enjoy, and spent more time crying than I'd really like to admit. The plus side to all of this is that I spent a lot of time outside as a method of distraction. I think it even worked a bit too.
I've come to the conclusion that running and I don't see eye to eye, so I've done a lot of brisk walking instead. I spent the majority of my Easter weekend outside and away from my phone/the internet, which was kind of brilliant. I visited Corfe Castle and Swanage. I walked around Moors Valley. And I'm currently trying to simultaneously keep three different plants alive. I think the orchid is dying.
Thanks to my lack of being able to enjoy said things I used to love, I've not opened Netflix in weeks. I just about managed to keep up with Girls, most likely because I find all the characters insufferable so I don't really mind too much what happens to them. Also the episodes are under thirty-minutes long. I did, however, manage to finish one book out of the many I've started and not been able to concentrate on. Mad Girl by Bryony Gordon. I would 100% recommend. In fact, I was so pleased I'd finally managed to finish something that I had a little cry post-read.
I also wrote a piece for The Olive Fox – a site which has some really great articles written by some really great writers. You can read my piece here, but I'd definitely urge you to take a look at the rest of the content too!