Wishing all my readers a very happy and healthy New Year!
In 2018 I travelled to Iceland and Dubai. I graduated from university with a 2:1 (Hons) in Marine Biology and Oceanography and two months later moved to London from Devon and got offered a job as a project officer at the Thames Estuary Partnership. I could not be more grateful or appreciative. What a bloody year! But of course, the year had its low points too, as does everyone’s.
Welcome 2019! Fuck me. You came out of nowhere…
This is the year where I am determined to push myself further out of my comfort zone in terms of not just travel, but also life (creeping towards existential-ness’s’s’s…)
This post is unorganised, sorry.. I always feel pressure on New Years to make a load of classic New Years resolutions and what not.. But for now (following on from the existential-ness..) you will find me back in Devon, feet up by the fire with a Baileys in hand and dreading the thought of my drive back to London on Saturday, after having a cracking couple of weeks off.
Let’s make 2019 a smashing one. Time to save the planet and its precious wildlife.
The Baileys is kicking in.