It has been a good while since I last done a tag post.
I really enjoy just getting to answer a lot of different questions, with the end goal being, getting to know me a lot better. Plus it’s something completely different, especially since I still have to take photos for a few review posts, before they can go live.
So after looking on Google for one I believed would be interesting, I came across this one. It’s based on things people don’t tend to ask, so I thought it would make good reading for a Saturday.
This will be the first of many posts like this.
I’m still deciding if I want to make these bi-weekly or monthly posts (I think I may settle on monthly), but they will become much more often! This post is very anti-climatic, but it’s still important that I make the effort to post about this, even if I’ve not made any changes that particular month.
I started being more accountable for my weight-loss in this post. I feel like if I make the choice to talk about something like this here, at least I’ll have all of you guys reminding me to post about it, or even pushing me forward with it.
In this post, I want to touch more on the goals I have for my journey.
I recently done a post on things I want to do this Summer.
So I decided I’d do a follow up post on my full, complete bucket list. I’ve had one for years now, and I’ll keep this updated as well, so if I cross anything off, I’ll update it with a tick.
This will be a ramble-y post, so I’d like to apologise in advance for how much this will go on.
We’re officially into Summer now! (at least I think we are!)
Come September I’ll be off to university full time, alongside my job, so even though I work full time I still want to create a list of things I want to do before I start at University. So I have a bit more time than just “summer” to complete my bucket list, but I’m still calling it a Summer Bucket List.
I’ve became obsessed with lists recently so I wanted to do one with the five things I want to do this summer!
I’m about to admit things on here, that were hard enough to admit to the man I live with.
I like to think of myself as a strong person. As someone who can cope with whatever is thrown at them. However, I really am not. I have anxiety, I have depression, and these make everything a lot harder.
Recently things got pretty bad. It was likely a mixture of the all the changes that had been going on in my life. From moving to a brand new area, to starting in a brand new job, and having to get to know a whole new bunch of people.
So today, I want to talk about that. In my safe place. And let other people know how I coped with everything.