don’t make resolutions/goals. Not because I won’t stick to them or because it’s
cool too but because I feel like it doesn’t have to be a new year to do/change
things you’re not happy about. 2018, will be the year I carry on doing me. I don’t
do it well, but I survive.
year, I travelled to some of the world and I wrote about. I finally pulled my
finger out of my ass and did it and it felt so good to be creative and to
create content. I then had a few shit months, and so many of my scheduled posts
didn’t make the publish button and are now deleted.
moving house in 4 days and I feel like I need to start afresh. New home, fresh
I want to push myself out of my comfort zone and clench that thirst for
adventure. Crikey, that sounds so cliché but it’s true. I have a love/hate
relationship with change and it’s something I’ve struggle with the past couple
of weeks/months but now it’s here, I can’t be more excited.
want to create something I’m proud of, that I want to show the whole world. So,
Every year I make resolutions to travel more, do more and just generally live life a little more. Although 2016 was great year for me with travelling. I travelled to a lot of places and even conquered travelling on an aeroplane, alone. I want 2017 to be bigger and better and to sure all my adventures and life on my blog. So that’s the plan.
Instead of making any specific goals, I have made a travel wish list for this new year. Although most are doable, some on there are just dreams but I want them to there to give me the inspiration that I need.
Author – Lucy Diamond
Title – The Secrets of Happiness
The best things in life . . . can be just around the corner
The only reason I read this book was because I saw a review on Tanya Burrs blog. The Secrets of Happiness is about step sisters who live separate lives and are brought together by something that happens. It’s a story about the bonding and the growing relationship that should of happened a long time ago but you learn why it hasn’t.
I don’t want to say I didn’t lie the book, I just can’t put my finger on what made me struggle getting through the whole story. I’m not sure whether because it was really long as it felt like it was dragging I don’t know but I managed to read the whole thing eventually.
Without giving any spoilers, I do want to mention the relationship between the sisters in the end and importance of family which was very heart warming.
I know what I said above, but I’m willing to give Lucy diamond another go and I bought 5 (don’t judge) other books written by her that I’m planning on reading in the new year. Keep your eyes peeled for hopefully a better review.
Thank you for reading!