If you’re new to my little space on the internet, first of all hello! But secondly, me talking about personal development is nothing new. I seem to spend my life somewhat absorbed by it; educating myself daily on what more I can do. Being *a bit* obsessed with personal development has brought me many a joke about how I’m “trying to fix the world with positive thoughts”, but to be honest, I don’t see how that’s a bad thing.
I feel like February is the perfect month to set yourself a challenge. Aside from it being slightly shorter, its also a way to keep the momentum of the New Year going. Everyone sets New Year resolutions in January but quite often they tend to fizzle out (not always but some do!). So, just like last year I set myself the challenge of being vegan for the whole of February – which is now something I embrace in as much of my life as possible – this year I am giving myself a no spend rule.
I’m back again! My exams are over and my final semester at university is just beginning. I have my final deadline at the start of May so the countdown to the end of my student life is fast approaching. What this new semester brings for me is the start of the next chapter in my life, but also some interesting modules to finish off my academic career. I’d be lying if I said that one week in I’m not stressed, but then again would I really be a final year student if I wasn’t?
Meditation is something I used to think was resigned to those that were ultra hippie sitting on a mountain top trying to “find themselves” or buddhist monks. How a little education can change things eh?! Now I’m a fully fledged meditator, and I have to say I wish I’d started sooner.
How scary is that. 2018. The year I graduate, turn 21 and truly begin my life as an adult. No biggy, just super terrifying.
Is anyone else having that “I don’t know what to do with my life” moment, because I seem to be living in it constantly and it would be fab to know I’m not alone! In the spirit of the upcoming New Year, I guess it’s only fair I partake in the annual ‘goals for the year’. As I mentioned in my last post I know that I didn’t quite meet my goals for this year, but that doesn’t mean I can’t set ones for next year too!
Wow what a year 2017 has been for me. Is it cliché to say it’s been one of the best years ever?! Because it really has. Not only have I done some unbelievable things (did I mention I’ve been to South East Asia?) but I’ve also learnt so much and grown a great deal as a person. I’ve begun making some major life decisions in 2017 too so that’s a great way to start off 2018 eh?!
But I’m super excited and have finished uni for this term so in my mind it’s Christmas; even if I have loads of work to do and revision! Not quite a proper holiday but I’ll take it.