Sometimes all you need to do is celebrate yourself.
And that's exactly what this post is. I first seen this idea on Olivia Purvis' blog and fell in love with the idea of an anti-bucket list. 2015 has honestly been one of the oddest yet greatest years of my life. It has been a year where I finally feel I have came into my own and realised that what happens in my life is completely and utterly my choice. If you aren't enjoying what you are doing, then don't do it. That is what I have truly learnt this year. This post is also just a chance to sit down and actually reflect on the crazy year I have had, and I hope after reading this you are all inspired to write your own anti-bucket list. Enjoy!
I started my first ever job
I travelled without family for the first time
I took up every opportunity that was given to me
I completed my level 2 vtct
I started my level 3 diploma
I left my level 3 diploma because like I said if you aren't enjoying it, why do it?
I started my driving lessons...and then stopped them. But 2016 will be my year for driving. I hope.
I started a blog after wanting to for so long
I was awarded student of the year
Harry and I went on our first adventure...
And then our second
I realised that there is a lot more of the world on your doorstep than you think
I just had fun and stopped worrying as much...or tried to at least. I'm a worrier what can I say?
And so much more that I can't even begin to comprehend. It's so easy to dwell on the negatives, and we all do it. But if you just sit and actually think, you will realise that so many amazing things are going on around you. And I also just want to say a massive thank you to everyone for making this year as insane as it has been and I will see you all next year. So thank you and goodbye 2015.