A Week In My Life: Spring Trip

Happy April, friends! How are you doing? How’s life? What’s new? The weather here in London is slowly warming up and spring has arrived for sure. I’ve done a few life updates recently but it’s been a hot min since I’ve shared a week in my life, and I think I mentioned recently that I’ve been wanting to bring back the lifestyle content, so here we are!

We’ve been off school this week and last and last week my fam took a trip to Yorkshire which was super lovely, we did a ton of walking and hiking which we all (especially the pup) enjoyed. We watched loads of movies, played lots of games, and relaxed a bunch… it was so nice to have a break from every day life and to be outside so much too! So here ya go, a week (away with me) in my life!


Road trippin’! But okay I actually love car journeys… speeding down the motorway blasting Rhett (iykyk) only stopping for lunch and snacks haha! Didn’t get too many pictures but when we arrived at the cottage we unpacked and watched a movie. We were staying in the most stunning little cottage right on a river, surrounded by rolling fields and sheep… so pretty!

(Didn’t get any pictures from today)


Today was a super fun start to the week, we drove into the Lake District and walked around a little lake and through a pine forest. We made a pitt stop for coffee and food and then set off on a hike to some caves in an old quarry… we finally found them after over an hour, and they were absolutly stunning! We climbed up to another part of them and lifted up the dog, but then he couldn’t get down so we found a way out through some old mining tunnels which was quite an adventures. All together a pretty funny experience!

oldest bridge in england??


Tuesday morning was a pretty chill one which was sweet. In the afternoon we hiked through a place called Swaledale which had all these old farming buildings that were kinda fun to find! We walked mostly along a river that wound through a valley, and the scenery was absolutly stunning.


Todays hike was a super wet one, but we thrived regardless lol. Again, beautiful scenery, we walked across a couple old viaducts through this valley we were in, which was pretty cool… it’s cray standing so high up in the middle of a valley… the wind was deafening! Cooper also had his first encounter with goats…

me pumped because i made it the whole walk without getting my hair wet
super wet walk


By far my favourite day! We did a couple of hikes up hills and had the most breathtaking views over one of the lakes. The second of the two took about half an hour to get to the top but it was so high up that there was a tiny bit of snow… the first snow I’ve seen all year! The highlight of the day though… scroll for sunset pictures <33

yes we were hiding from the wind


To round up the week, my dad and I hiked out towards the summit of this hill which is known for having nine stacks of stone on top, known as the Nine Standards Rigg. We were short for time before we had to head back to London so we didn’t make it all the way, but it was a lovely walk, and the weather was the best it had been all week! We left the cottage around noon and were back home by sevenish, after having made an all essential trip to starbucks of course 😉

take 500… finally got him to look at the camera

And that’s about it, friends… pretty much everything I got up to last week. Let’s catch up down below… have you been away anywhere recently or gotten up to anything fun at all? I’d love to chat with you!

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Hey there! I'm Megan, creative lifestyle blogger. I love Jesus, iced coffee, Pinterest, and all things creative! My message is that there is no such thing as perfect and that we can't live our lives chasing perfection because we will never find something that satisfies us as much as life in Jesus does. I aim to inspire people to find their own not-so-perfect and embrace who they are. I blog at notsoperfectblog.com where I share my ideas for creative, free living! Feel free to visit my blog and have a look around!

5 thoughts on “A Week In My Life: Spring Trip

  1. Megan, your pictures are gorgeous! The British countryside is so lovely!! I honestly love hiking in cool weather; cloudy days make for a refreshing breeze! Thanks for sharing another week in your life – I loved reading all of this! 🤗 (And lemme just say, your hair is amazing!!!)

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  2. Hi Megan! I just came across your blog today (call me Lily, btw). I loved seeing your photos, especially the bridge. That looks so cool, and I’d totally be up for exploring caves. Also, your puppy is absolutely adorable. Is it a poodle mix?
    Thanks for sharing a fun update with all of us 🙂

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    1. Hi Lily! It’s so lovely to meet you! Agh, I’m glad you enjoyed this post… yes the caves were super fun, I’d totally do it again! Yes, my pup is a labradoodle, so half poodle! No, thank you for reading, I’m so glad you’re here!!

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