|I was so focused on the cake that I forgotten about the rest! SORRY!|
Hello lovelies, hope you are all feeling fab and enjoying the start of the end of the week! Can you believe it's February already?! Neither can I.
A month or so ago, I traveled back up north to visit my family. It's been over three years since I've moved out and now that I am officially (because it's not really official when you move out for uni) out for good and it's nice to go home and forget that I am indeed a fully independent grown up lady person.
I'm not going to lie, London life is difficult and expensive! You hardly have time to wind down and relax and even when you finally have a day off from working to pay for all the essentials, you still feel the strain of the city at your doorstep. I have a love hate relationship with London, I can't quite describe it but when I'm out of there, it feels wondrous! but at the same time I feel as though I am missing out on all the excitement...
My home is quite the opposite, for starters it's in a Valley, it's filled of wannabe gangsters who are really completely harmless (and irritating), families, and lovely old people. It's a nice place for families with young children because everything is moving at a pace that is much more bearable than London's.
I had time to relax, and I mean properly relax when I was home. Spend time with my family and had afternoon tea with my aunties (Picture Below)! Picked up my Christmas gifts and got a few more gifts for graduating, which of course gave me a warm and fuzzy feeling.
I am now back in London and I am so so happy (and stressed) that I am! I don't know what the future holds but blogging about it seems to be an ideal way for me to channel some of that stress.
Until next time,