From starting a new job, to moving to London, to discovering a new found passion for travelling, last year was definitely one of the biggest highlights of my life. I got to meet people from all over the world, made new friends and discovered more about what I love and want to do.
Maybe it’s just me, but I feel that as soon as you start to hit your mid-twenties and come closer to the dreaded ‘quarter-life crisis’ that you soon start to realise that all your wants and wishes from your childhood seem so materialistic and unwarranted. As you get older you realise what and who truly makes you happy and your goals are a hope of who you want to become.
So here are my goals for 2015:
Last year I got to visit so many wonderful places and met people from all over the world. This year I would love to travel more and in particular explore more of Europe.
Even though I have lived in London for a year now, I feel that I haven’t really done much apart from stick to my ‘safe places’. London is a hub of culture and I definitely want to explore and experience that more in 2015.
More ‘me’ time.
This year I want to focus more on me. Whether that would be being happy in my career, to being healthy and happy with myself.
After a brief hiatus I am back! Here is a teeny tiny catch up as to why I have been gone so long!
I guess the biggest change that’s happened to me is the fact that I now work and live in London! Gone are the days of running around the shop floor, and hello to working 9-5 in an office! Regular readers will know that it has been a dream of mine to work in the fashion industry, and I am happy to say that I am now working for F&F as their copy assistant!
Don’t worry I haven’t become a ‘food snob’, but living in London has made me aware of all the great food haunts, and it has also made me want to change the way I eat and what I eat. I guess you can say I was having a ‘quarter-life crisis/epiphany!’ (I like to think the latter) On my blog you will now find little posts about food, health and fitness. So feel free to recommend me your favourite restaurants and health tips!
Aside from my new job and moving to London, I have been doing a styling course and booked a mini tour of Europe! I’ve always wanted to see the world and experience different cultures, but it took me turning twenty-two to realise life is too short. As cliche as it sounds, you do only live once (dare I say, YOLO?) and I now have a new perspective on life. There will now be posts on my travels as well as the ‘little adventures’ that I embark on.
I hope you will enjoy reading my posts, and I would love to know what you think.