So, on Wednesday (the 16/11/2013) I finished my first year of uni. I packed up my room at college, and came home for the summer. That's pretty insane, isn't it? Ok, maybe it's not insane for most of you. I mean, most of you are probably still in school for at least another five-ish, six-ish months. But this time last year, a whole lot of things were different.
For one thing, I was in another country. Yes, you read that correctly. It's been a full year since the European Adventure
I was a pretty different person too. Or, at least I think I was. Uni can do that to a person. In terms of stress management, not much has changed. But I've also made great, great friends. I've learnt more about myself. And my self-confidence is (ever-so-slowly) evolving.
But now I'm on a ridiculously large summer holiday. And (other than working) I have not a whole lot to do. So what do I do? Make a project list, of course. Lists are fantastic, and I thoroughly recommend you make one, one day.
Things I Want to do in Summer:
1. Write/Finish writing a novel
3. Cook stuff
4. NEW ZEALAND!
5. Finish my reading goal
6. Do WiiFit/Exercise
7. Re-read Harry Potter
I don't know if I'll add things as I go but this is my basic to-do list. I'm pretty happy with it. I think it's all achievable. In fact, I've already completed one of them.
So, I don't know if you know this about me, but sometimes I get a little restless. I don't actively love change, but I do appreciate it. I cut a lot of my hair off earlier this year. So for me I suppose, the next thing to get the cut was my room.
The basics are still there: a lot of my furniture has remained. Same with the painted walls. Things have just been moved.
In regards to everything else on the list, I'm very slowly making progress. It'll be a good summer though. I can tell. And Christmas is coming up too! That's a little exciting.