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  1. June 23, 2017

    I get the Sunday scaries on Sunday nights! I always make my weekend morning extra special though.. It gives me something to look forward to!

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  2. June 23, 2017
    Bailey says

    NEED to know all the details of this outfit!!!

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  3. June 23, 2017
    Chlo says

    Thank you so much for sharing this post – I love it. I really feel like it can be applied to SO many different aspects of life, like the day before exams or something else that is nerve wracking. Today was my day off and I have quite a busy weekend of work ahead of me so, I got out of bed, made my breakfast and coffee and then got right back into bed. I loved it so much and I’m really glad I did it :) I really like your idea of making a nice breakfast and I’m really going to start incorporating it into my days off as it seems like a lovely treat to yourself!

    Have a great weekend.

    Chloe @ https://girllgonerogue.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. June 23, 2017
    Jaqui says

    Loved this post! I personally LOVE Sundays. They’re actually my favorite day of the week but I think it’s because I do things like this which just sets me up for a successful start of my week. By the way, your apartment seems to be the perfect blogger’s apartment! Every space you photograph is SO gorgeous, even your kitchen! Thanks for sharing! I’m crossing my fingers that coffee makes it to the Midwest!

    http://www.blissfuljaqui.com

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  5. June 23, 2017

    I love all these photos so much!!

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  6. June 23, 2017
    Kerri says

    Which nighttime essential oils do you like that are relaxing? I love lavender, but I haven’t tried much else.

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  7. June 24, 2017
    Nicole says

    I’ve struggled with this a lot! During law school my parents and I would make Sunday nights popcorn and Downton Abbey nights. I try to never go anywhere Sunday afternoon/evening and just make it relaxing. Slow Sunday mornings are absolutely the best and you’re right on! Being present is key. I’m going to try your positive exercise.

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  8. June 24, 2017

    I always start with a slow, lazy cup of coffee and end with a good book. Aren’t those the best ways to punctuate a day, though? :) Thanks for sharing!

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  9. June 24, 2017
    Beth says

    I love all these little ideas, it’s important to really take Sunday slow and just enjoy it! The photos with this are also so gorgeous!
    http://www.pagesfrombeth.co.uk/

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  10. June 25, 2017

    Such good advice! The Sunday Scaries creep up on you and then all the sudden you’re IN. Definitely needed a way to take some time for myself!

    Also OBSESSED with your kitchen!

    Christina | http://www.thecaffeinista.com

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  11. June 28, 2017
    Jamie says

    I’ve been trying to find ways to make every day feel like TGIF…I don’t want to waste days just looking towards the weekend.

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  12. July 8, 2017
    Vít says

    Wow these pancakes look so yummy!Great advice and great photos :)

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  13. July 12, 2017
    Isobel says

    So glad it’s not just me! I love love LOVE lazy Sunday breakfasts, things tend to go a little downhill after that ;)

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