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A Day In My Life | Collaboration

I'm lucky, each day that goes by something totally different so when writing a day in my life post it's a little tricky to write about something which isn't consistent. So as much as today is the day I've chosen to share with you, it's not that 'normal' but something I enjoyed doing. This post is also a wonderful collaboration with Elizabeth from! I'll leave all her links below so make sure to have a look and a read. 

07:40 - Wake up! So lovely not having to get up at 6am for work and having a lovely, refreshing nights sleep.

08:00 - Sit up! I spent a little time finishing off my vlog for today and uploading and publishing it on my vlogging channel 'Extra Emsi'.

09:00 - Shower time! A quick wash before getting dressed, doing my make up and hair.

09:30 - Walkies! Off on a dog walk with my happy pooch Ebony. I love her so very much.

10:00 - Breakfast! Has a toasted bagel with butter, delicious!

10:20 - Left my house to walk to the train station.

11:00 - Catch the train into Town.

11:30 - Arrive in town and begin to vlog!

12:00 - Nip into M&S to grab some lunch.

12:30 - Watched Finding Dory in the cinema (cried a few times!)

14:30 - Ate lunch! Some pasta salad with feta and sun-dried tomato, accompanied by some vegetable sushi and a few strawberries!

15:40 - Watched Ghostbusters in the cinema (laughed a few times!)

18:40 - Catch the train home.

19:30 - Arrived home! Popped the oven on for pizza!

20:00 - Enjoyed my pizza and caught up on the Olympic Gymnastics.

22:00 - Headed to bed!

What did you do today?




  1. lovely lovely post! I still haven't seen Finding Dory - I'll definitely have to! loved collabing with you Xx

    1. Thank you! I've loved collaborating with you too! xo

  2. This was a lovely post to read, I've basically just watched the Olympics all day - I absolutely love the Olympics; I'm currently watching the Gymnastics! I haven't seen Finding Dory yet, I want to see it for all the childhood memories though and I want to watch Ghostbusters, for Chris Hemsworth mainly haha.

    Chloe Marie

    1. I've seen Ghostbusters twice now and both times the jokes were just as funny, Chris Hemsworth is brilliant so I would definitely see it! xo

  3. I love having bagels for breakfast aha! I really want to go see Finding Dory soon, as I love Finding Nemo xx

  4. Aw it sounded like you had a great day! I can't wait to see finding dory xx

    Thrifty vintage fashion

    1. You'll certainly enjoy it if you liked Finding Nemo! xo

  5. Hey, just to let you know I've nominated you for the Liebster Award, you can check out the post on my blog!! I really love your blog and you definitely deserve the award!! Sophie xx I also loved this blog post! x

    1. Thank you! I'll definitely be checking it out! xo


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