March 2019 wrap-up



Hello! It’s that time of the month again – a wrap-up of last month! What did I get up to? Well, to be honest, March went by so fast, yet it seemed I have not achieved much. I only read one book! And published only 4 blog posts (on the plus side, one of them is a proper lifestyle theme blog post)!
However, I went to three different coffee shops (discovered one right in the town where I live!) AND I did loads of artsy stuff which I am excited to show you all!

Now, without further ado…

 Blog Posts:



Book Log:



This is the only book I finished this month, and it wasn’t the best book I’ve ever read. I loved the writing and the sibling dynamics in this book, and I also loved that fact it was a character driven novel (love these types of slow burners!) – but I have so many mixed feelings about how unoriginal the topic was, and at the end I was left feeling stumped – like what was the point of the whole thing? I need to publish my full review of it still!


 Coffee Log:


Daisy’s in The Park (Pinner)

This is such a cute place, but the coffee shop was in a temporary space as they are renovating the real building. Coffee was okay – the surroundings are LOVELY as it is based inside a pretty park. Such a nice place to come.

Some pics:




Miriam’s Munchies Coffee (or MM Coffee. Harrow)

So this place is my new favourite place for local coffee – and it’s in my hometown! It’s been here for 4 years and I never knew! The coffee is gorgeous, the blueberry and lemon cake I had was delicious (and I don’t even like fruit in cakes!) and the d├ęcor is really trendy without being pretentious. It’s a really nice place to hang out – quiet and on the edge of the town centre. The staff are lovely and made the whole aesthetic of an indie coffee shop complete. I’ve been here twice this month and would go here more often if I could (they shut way too early and also on Sundays too!)

Some pics:




The Doll's House (Harrow on the Hill)

This place is gorgeous to look at – lovely exteriors, pretty interiors – BUT the coffee was horrendous and everything is overpriced. I think the prices are atrocious for the quality you get – and sad to say I don’t think I will come here again (which is a shame because it’s really pretty and the setting is really nice too).

Some pics:






Artsy adventures:


I focused on my art a lot last month (and plan to continue to do so in April) – I’ve bought so many new art things and I’ve been playing around with colours and designs. Always a bit too eager to get straight stuck in!

Here’s what I got up to in March:































Thank you for reading my post - I hope you found it interesting!


12 Comments

  1. Your artwork is STUNNING, Lena!!

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  2. Your photos are beautiful!

    www.poutineandprada.com

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  3. Your blog is so pretty! I'm loving the artwork, especially the llamas ... And those coffee spots looked awesome. What a great round up!
    Marie X
    marieceline.co.uk

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    1. Thanks Marie - so kind of you!! I'm lovin Llamas at tho mo!

      -L
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  4. Hi Lena! I hope you're having a good day. I have nominated you for a Liebster award :)

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    1. Aww! that's so sweet of you!
      Defo having a good day now :)
      x

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  5. Your art is so pretty! You should sell your art, you should put them on canvases. You are so talented. I love the galaxy one. The coffee art looks so pretty! Sounds like you’ve had a great March, I look forward to seeing your art in April. Xx

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  6. Your art is so pretty!!

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