Life in London is starting to settle down a little now but it’s still as busy as ever with no signs of letting up any time soon! Over the last couple of months I…
Saw London at its most festive
Spent a week at home in Aberdeen for Christmas
Finally sought some professional advice on handling my Crohn’s better
This should really have gone up on the blog yesterday but it wasn’t until I was on the train headed home after visiting some friends for the day that I realised the significance of the date. Nine months in to this new adventure and I finally feel like I’m getting in the swing of things.
Time seems to pass ever so quickly though and there never seems to be quite enough of it. This was most evident over Christmas when I was home for nine days and it passed in a blink of an eye. I’m definitely starting to miss home and I wish work would make up their mind if they’re going to send me to Aberdeen for a week or not already, I’ve been with the company for over 6 months now! (Hi mum, I know you read this! Miss you x) But my family are coming to visit me in just over two weeks and I can’t wait to show them my city. I already have so many places I want to take them but if you have any suggestions please leave me a comment.
I finally start my Events management course tomorrow evening and I’m a little bit nervous, what if I hate it?! But nothing ventured, nothing gained and taking the course doesn’t mean I must change my career path just that I can change it should I enjoy the change and the right situation arises.
Health wise I’m not 100% and pretty much haven’t been since I came home from holiday back in early September but I’m taking steps that will hopefully help me get back on form. I’m trying not to let it stop me from doing things but it does leave me feeling pretty wiped out on occasion so I need to get better scheduling in downtime as well as all the fun stuff.
Three more months and I’ve hit my goal of living here for at least a year… I wonder what they’re going to bring?