Ten days and counting!



In ten days I'll be handing in my last (for now) piece of University work after years of hard work.
In 2007 I started my first degree course at Bangor University, Wales. Seven years, and three degree certificates later I've almost finished and it all comes down to this final piece.

It's been one of the hardest things I've ever done but I've also learnt so much more than I ever thought I would. That being said I can't wait for all the things I can finally do once it's handed in.

Picking up a book is something I'm dying to do! While I study I always try to have a few books to bury my nose in but for the last month I've had no chance at all and I can't thinking of anything nicer than snuggling up somewhere no one can find me and getting lost in another world - yes please!

Now I'm finally going to have some free time I've also got some travelling plans in the diary! I managed a quick stop in Switzerland last year, and this year have made it up to North Wales to see some lovely friends (more on that soon) and just a few weeks ago I went to the Czech Republic (you can read about that here). But now I have more time I'm off to see the world solo. I've got plans to head to France, Galicia and California before the end of the year, but I'm also hoping to fit a few more trips in before life decides to take over again.



Now it's not to say that all this studying has been all gloom and doom because it's truly been one of the best experiences of my life but even when you relax you have numbers, figures, ideas, deadlines and everything else going through your head.

I still have commitments but for at least a few sunny months I'm going to be trouble free and I can't wait for lazy days, sunsets and star gazing.

House clear out

It might seem contradictory but one of my favourite activities for lazy days and relaxation is rearranging the house. I know, I'm probably on my own here but there's something about moving furniture and giving a room a new looks that gives me those good butterfly feelings!

I've got a major clear out booked, and a big paint job which is years overdue - I can't wait!


Oh course with every new room there's are must have shopping items to buy, you know those little statement pieces, and a new outfit...and maybe new shoes...you know just to finish it all off...


Eating good food is something I love but over the last few weeks and maybe months my healthy eating has really gone down hill. I've always been an everything in moderation kind of person, but there has been no moderation, not even a tiny bit lately. Late nights and early mornings has meant that eating healthy or even regularly for that matter has just not been on my radar but I can't wait to get back into cooking again. With the summer truly here (finally!) I have some really goodies up my sleeve and a list as long as my arm of new recipes, sweets and treats that I can't wait to try out.


This is one of my biggest loves and something I've missed so much lately. I swear I'm getting glitter withdrawals. I can't wait to get my hands into a new project, and with my room decorating I have some super exciting home plans in mind. Of course I'll be sharing them all with you too!


...And how can I forget this? My blogging has definitely taken a beating lately.
I only started blogging in November last year but I promised myself I wanted to do it right. I wasn't going to let life get in the way because my blog was going to be a part of my life but 'c'est la vie'!
The blog did get neglected, but I really want to get back on track. I've loved blogging, and the incredible community that comes with it. I've really found that blogging has an amazing effect on my life, on my mood, my confidence, and the way I see the world. Thanks to blogging I feel a feeling to forever improve my quality of life and the thought that by sharing I might just help one other person really makes the whole thing worth while.

Ah, this post takes me back. I've missed writing my personal 'dear diary' type posts and I've really enjoyed writing this.

If you have any questions about studying, blogging, travelling or anything else in the post leave me a message in the comments below. I'd love to hear from you.

Thanks for stopping by!

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