Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Reflecting on 2014




This year has flown by ridiculously quick, when people ask my age I'm still telling them I'm eighteen! This year was a full blown roller coaster full of great things, not so great things and things that would change me and my life forever.

At the beginning of the year I went through a break up, the sort of break up on lookers thought would hold me down for months, that would leave me emotionally damaged and in a state. However I dealt with it by hoping on a plane to America and doing something I've always wanted to do.



 I left friends and family for the summer and began a personal journey of growth.



Two months of hard work, regular challenges and proper character building stuff that I couldn't have experienced anywhere else. I spent two and a half months at Camp which accounts for my whole Summer.



I rekindled my friendship with my best mate when we took a trip to Swindon, where we made some new friends.



When I got back from America in late August I decided to take my blog more seriously as a way to document my life and to share a part of myself with the online community. A South Wales Blog became a serious thing and in October it hit 100 bloglovin followers!



I also started taking college alot more seriously, making sure my attendance was better, that I handed in work on time and that I actually knew what I was doing! This has so far been a success and I'm enjoying getting mock exams and homework papers marked. I made some great friends.




In September I spent some time with mum and did my first Outfit of the Day post, and my second! 


In October I turned nineteen and attended my first bloggers meet up, #CDFBloggersTea.



November saw Charlotte and I starring in the Christmas advert for e.l.f.



I also went to watch The Lion King with family and we had a fantastic time.


And now? I've already started applying for Camp America 2015! 


These were some of my most important events of 2014,
 I can't wait to see what 2015 holds for me.

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2 comments:

  1. I'd love to do Camp America, it must be an unreal experience. How cool that you were in the e.l.f. advert! All the best for 2015.

    Heather x
    http://heatherrrrm.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. It was absolutely amazing Heather! I urge you to go and do it! I wish you luck with 2015 too!

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