I blinked and suddenly November was over. Why does it feel like Halloween and Bonfire night were last week?! I remember at school the time between September and Christmas dragged painfully, now months are being whisked out of our hands.
For me November has probably been one of my favourite months of 2017. My little blog has really started to see some improvement! November has been the first month that I’ve actually been able to take a wage (a teeny wage at that, but nevertheless, still a wage!) for myself from earnings that my blog has created, and I couldn’t be more proud of myself! It just shows that hard work and determination really does pay off (literally!). I remember dreaming of the days that my blog would even make me the tiniest bit of money, looking up to ‘bigger’ bloggers wondering how they do it. It just shows, you get what you work for!
Mentally I’ve been so happy this month, I felt myself fall into a little gloomy ‘dip’ at the start of the month, but after kicking myself into gear and sorting some things out I’ve felt so content and cheerful and I hope to stay in this positive bubble as long as possible!
I want to thank everyone that got themselves involved in my new ‘Sightings From’ linky which I started last month. I’ve honestly enjoyed looking at everyone’s lovely images and reading what they got up-to in October. Now it’s time for you to enter your ‘Sightings From November’ posts. You can do that by following the instructions at the bottom of this post and linking up with your own blog!
Each time I post my new ‘Sightings From’ post (the 1st of every month) I will be sharing my top three favourite photographs taken by you guys from the following month! So for your chance to be featured here on the blog make sure you link up below within the 14 day window! Here’s my top three favourite photographs from last months Sightings From October;
A photograph of this beautiful sleeping feline. If there is one thing you should know about me, the way to my heart is with cats. I’m loving the tones in this image and the use of thirds.
Just look at this beautiful black and white shot. It’s absolutely dreamy, with its super soft grey tones and that slight tad of grain. Mary really does have a wonderful eye for photography, I’m always obsessed with her images.
Rachael is a dear dear friend of mine, and a beautiful mother to her son Teddy. She snapped this photo whilst on her recent holiday to Wales with Teddy and Aaron. Don’t you think its such a precious photograph to treasure forever. The joy on both their faces is delightful to look at.