Once again, we’ve reached another New Year’s Eve, so what better way to mark it than with some of the biggest and best moments in my life this year?
The year is almost closed and I’ve finally reached my Goodreads challenge of 40 books. But it turns out there’s another book challenge that’s been running throughout the year I hadn’t even heard of.
Shocking, I know. If it’s about books, I MUST already know, right?
I may not have been part taking, but I still see no harm in seeing if I actually would have passed it, right? Obviously, I’m only going to be including books I started and finished between January 1st and now.
Is it just me, or does January seem like only yesterday?
Can you believe it’s all over? After all the fuss, food and festivities we’ve passed yet another Christmas Day, and now we’re on the downward slope to New Year’s Day and 2016.
If one thing is constant, it’s that my family always does Christmas in the exact same way.
If there’s one time of year I love, it’s Christmas. Given that I’ve just flown home from the UK on Friday, and Christmas itself is only a mere five days away, this is the perfect time to get into the Christmas cheer and take a peek at some Christmas traditions in my life.
After all, it really is the most wonderful time of the year. You have been forewarned- this will be a ridiculously cheesy post.
This list is a mixture of questions taken from Danielle over at LilliWhiteRose, Telma at Glammed Up Me, and Morgan of The Enthusiast.
Last Friday, I finished up my first semester of my Masters degree, but there was no time to catch up on all the sleep I’ve lost in those three months.
My friend Sorcha, who I met during my days working in Dublin Airport, came to see me for a long weekend. And our weekend, which actually turned out to be very short, was chock filled.
If you’re planning a trip to Cardiff, why not incorporate some of these ideas?