With the weather getting darker and the season feeling lonelier we can be inclined to hide away and isolate ourselves from reality, particularly as the new year comes in, however this isn’t always the best option for us. Sometimes it’s better to be getting out of our comfort zones and put ourselves forward for new
With 2017 being a roller coaster of a year for me in terms of mental health I’m kind of looking to have a more relaxing 2018 and rest a lot more than I had been – or at least manage my time better so I’m not overdoing it and stressing out. With this in mind
2017 has been both an amazing and an awful year for me, the pinnacle reason for this is change. Almost everything in my life has changed. I’ve gained a partner, lost old friends, made new friends, moved flats (with my partner), battled with mental illness and so much more. I feel that, on reflection this
Yes, it’s the time of year again where I set my self some goals for this blog to keep my motivation up with it. Goals that I hope to achieve by 2018, simple and hopefully achievable. Get 50,000 views. That’s 10,000 (and a bit) more than I have now so that is hopefully achievable. Share
So for New Year I decided to travel to Dublin for the New Year’s Festival there. I had a great time and wanted to share the few pictures I got. Happy New Year everyone. I hope it’s a good one.
As if you haven’t read enough of these, right? Self-centered goal setting, the promises that can (and will) be broken, the bright eyed determination that will fade by February and my least favourite – reflecting on the year we’ve just had. Am I going to do it anyway? Yes, yes I am – minus the reflection.
Recently I have found myself lost in deep thought and scared. Not because of my career or personal life, but more in regards to my opinions and views about the work I produce both online and offline. Complete honesty is now more important to me than it has ever been and with that in mind I have
How cool is this? The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 18,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 7 sold-out
A new year has come in to our lives and I can’t help but to think about what 2014 brought for me. A qualification, new goals, a blog, university and a lot of new friends. 2014 definitely had a lot of ups and downs, but 2015 is going to be fantastic because now I really