Happy New Year Everyone! A New Year often means ‘New Year Resolutions’, or in other words a fresh start. In these past few years I have come so far from freshers; learning about film and theatre at Loughborough and on my study abroad at Curtin University, Australia.
I have a deep fascination with clocks and how people for centuries have tried to precisely measure time. The intricacies of watch and clock making are not only for me well crafted, meticulous instruments of time keeping but beautiful instruments of science.
This month has absolutely flown by! I’ve definitely got caught up in the chaos leading up to Christmas this year but it’s also probably something to do with the fact that my boyfriend and I spent 2 weeks of it on holiday, but my gosh that was much needed!
We are literally two weeks in to December and I have already been a super Christmas cliché.
Its coming to the end of 2017, and with that comes some (willing or not willing) reflection on how the past year has gone.
I think we can all agree that 2017 went by in an absolute blur. I swear that it was only yesterday that we were ringing in the New Year with a lot of champagne and a very bad rendition of Auld Lang Syne!
So 2017 is coming to an end, and I hope you all have had a successful year so far and are looking forward to a lovely Christmas break at with family and friends.
I’ve really enjoyed putting this post together as it’s allowed me to look back over some recent, and some not so recent memories (cue ‘why did I ever think that was a good look’ reflections).
Eating takeaway is something that I really enjoy doing. Sometimes you just need a break from your daily routines, errands, and studying which will relieve you from the burden of spending hours in the kitchen cooking and washing up.
Next year I shall be turning 30 and finally graduating Loughborough University with a Masters in Physics after five years of sheer persistent hard work.