Sunday Summary #48

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1.Hot chocolate in my Christmas mug 2.Homemade Smarties cookies 3.Spicy peanut soba noodles with honey & sesame chicken 4.Minestrone soup

I’m afraid this Sunday Summary post is going to be rather short and sweet as I haven’t had time to do much of anything this week, apart from uni work. I’ve even been so busy that I’ve only had time to take four Instagram photos – shocking, eh? All my deadlines are creeping closer and I’m starting to get a bit worried that I’m not going to get it all done in time. I’m not usually one to stress out about essays, but I seem to have left everything to the last minute this year so the next week or two aren’t going to be very fun! I’ve got a 10 minute presentation to do on Tuesday which I haven’t even started the reading for yet, and then an essay due on Friday which I haven’t started writing yet. Then I’ve got a little while to sort the next lot of essays out, which are due on the 10th and the 13th of December. I can’t wait to be done!

So apart from essay reading I haven’t really done anything, gone anywhere or seen anyone this week. Probably the most exciting thing I’ve done was bake some cookies, thanks to Sarah’s recipe. I decided to swap the milk chocolate for Smarties and I only made half the quantity, although I’ve eaten rather a lot of them already so maybe I should have just made the full amount! I would definitely recommend trying the recipe as it makes the perfect sweet and chewy cookies.

What have you all been up to this week? Please tell me lots of exciting stories so I can live vicariously through you – SO bored right now!

Gillian x

Gillian

Freelance social media and digital marketing consultant with a penchant for writing blog posts, drinking sickly sweet cocktails and exploring the cobbled streets of Edinburgh.

18 Comments

  • Cherry says:

    Delicious food!

  • Helen says:

    Ohh I always used to hate this time of year with deadlines! Hope you get through them all ok, good luck.

  • Ooo, that hot chocolate and cookies look so yummy! Sophie x

  • Hayley says:

    I'm now a very hungry girl! x

  • Sandra says:

    I've been crazy busy with school last week as well. So many presentations and essays!

    Sandra from The Puzzle of Sandra's Life

  • Maria Fallon says:

    Good luck with your deadlines, this food looks amazing!

    Maria xxx

  • mmmm! What a good idea to put Smarties in the cookies. I used to the be the same with essays and left a few to the last minute, good luck with the deadlines

    xx

  • Gem says:

    mmm those cookies look nice! I made some brownies for the first time yesterday and rocky road for the people in work today. Had a quiet week in due to torrential rain x

  • Catherine says:

    Aww, I hope you're less busy next week! The smarties cookies look so good, the rainbow cookies from Subway are my absolutely favourites. xo

  • Mmmm, Smarties cookies! I sometimes make them with m&m's and stir some peanut butter into the mixture…so good!

  • Jules says:

    I could do with a cookie right now… They look awesome!

  • Raz says:

    Urgh I hate that panicky work feeling, I'm sure you'll be fine! I definitely feel like soup now.

  • Dilan Dilir says:

    yummie food! 😀

  • Eloise says:

    My week has also been un eventful, luckily it didn't involve essays but it also didn't involve smarties cookies : (

    xx

  • Jo says:

    Good luck with all the essays, I'm sure pressure will kick in and you'll get them done. Those cookies look just like the ones you buy (: xx

  • Lauren says:

    I love the Christmas mug, I want one! The cookies look so yummy xx

  • Heather says:

    Love your christmas mug – where is it from? 🙂

    http://www.ofbeautyandnothingness.blogspot.co.uk

    • gillian says:

      I think it's from Marks and Spencers, it was a present a couple of years ago but I'm sure they'd have similar ones again this year!

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