While I may be one of the only people that has loved 2020, I am definitely looking forward to 2021. I want to make the best out of the next trip around the sun.
The mere mentioning of the phrase '2020' is enough to fill most people with fear and dread, but for me it was one of the best years of my life! Here's why my 2020 was not all doom and gloom.
2020 didn't quite turn out to be the year we all thought it would. Whilst there is a lot of negative stuff about lockdown, even the Corona cloud has a silver lining.
It isn't just time to start another year. This January sees us diving head first into a brand new decade and with all the challenges it will undoubtedly bring our way, I go thinking about what I wanted this decade to be, to me.
As we near the end of not only the year, but also the whole decade, it has sure been an interesting one for many of us! What are the things you are proudest of from the last ten years?
I'm officially 100 blog posts into Ellie's London and what better way to celebrate such an occasion than with a lovely blogger award post.
Do you work a job or do you have a job that works for you? Unfortunately for me I was the first one, so I recently quit it and decided to make a go of following my destiny - or at least my dream job.
It is that time of year again where I sit down and think about what I want to achieve over the next few months. It's a shame it's not as sunny but Winter Bucket Lists can be fun too.
After a little over one year blogging, I am really happy that I managed to keep it going and remained consistent. In the spirit of this, I have put together a list of the most important lessons I have learnt over the last year.
At the start of every summer (and winter) I sit down and make a list of things I want to do that season. Now at the end of summer, it is time to look back on my summer list and see what I managed to do this year.