Hi everyone and Happy New Year! I hope 2019 treated you well, and whether it did or not, I hope 2020 is bigger, better and brighter! Last year for me wasn’t what I expected it to be, and I’m glad for a fresh start this year. I’m excited for things to change and be different this time, for real.
Hi everyone and welcome back!
Christmas is over now, and am I the only one who feels like it passed in a complete massive blur? A wonderful blur of family time, great music, amazing food and some lovely presents, but a blur all the same. It always feels that way, to be honest — a whole lot of lead-up for one day that’s over and done with as soon as the clock strikes twelve on the 26th of December.
Hello everybody and happy November! I hope this month is going well for you (let me know what you’ve been up to below in the comments!) Recently I started taking an online course with the Open University. After being out of school for a year and a half, I’ve started working toward a degree in English Literature and Creative Writing. I’m doing the course part-time so it’ll take six years instead of the standard three (which feels crazy but at the same time manageable).
If you know me, you know I’m not the spontaneous type. If you didn’t know that about me, well, now you do. It’s not something I like about myself, so slowly but surely I’m trying to do things to break out of the mold I’ve crafted for myself — a mold within which I’ve set up some cushions and a blanket, a nice warm cup of tea, a book to read or a planned binge of every single episode of Gilmore Girls. (Consecutively. I am anything but an amateur when it comes to binge-watching.)
Whenever I’m feeling down, I like to dance around in the kitchen while I cook something yummy and listen to music.