Ice-skating in London
My heart lies in Paris
The view of Barcelona
Upon my arrival in London I felt so calm, which is highly unusual for me. With jittery nerves at the best of times and full blown terror at the worst, I’ve never dealt very well with change, yet when I reached London I guess you could say I felt serenely excited. I took it as a sign I was making the right move.
Albert Bridge, Chelsea
Where do you live? I live in London.
Whilst it wasn’t all a walk in the park, I do feel as though I fell into the swing of things as a Londoner very quickly. British life seems to suit me (aside from the terrible, terrible weather).
The past twelve months have been nothing short of brilliant. I’ve got a job I love, I’ve made beautiful friends, I’ve done ample travel and every day I feel an infectious buzz exuding from the city. London truly is the gateway to the world. The highlight of the year for me has undoubtedly been my many travels.
The Colosseum Rome
Mount Pilatus, Switzerland
Keukenhof Gardens, Amsterdam
This is still the best pizza of my life to date from Milano...
Admittedly, I always used to roll my eyes whenever people would quote proverbs at me; “seize the day” or “aim high”. I thought I know, I know I don’t have to be told. But in truth, I think you should embrace the encouragement. Making a big leap of faith in your life like moving countries, changing jobs or planning travels takes a lot of courage. Lucky for me it has paid off in spades. So now it’s my turn to quote something to you:
Who knows where I’ll be in another year, all I know is I’m happy, healthy and loving London life. The rest is still unwritten…
Photos by Krissie.
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