It’s shocking to think that 2019 has come to an end. This year has flown by and it doesn’t even feel like we’ve just seen the end of Christmas. 2019 has been a fairly difficult year all round, and I certainly feel as though my anxiety has taken a bit of a hit. From house drama to my stomach deciding it wanted to create a bit of a hassle for me, it hasn’t exactly been an easy year. But, it was the year I went to Disneyland, the year I got my first tattoo, and the year I went to FriendsFest, among other things, so it wasn’t all bad. Not only that, 2019 has brought with it a number of different lessons, and I thought I’d take a little lighthearted look at all the things I’ve learned this year.
I actually really like writing and I’d go as far as saying it’s what I want to do with my life
It’s okay to take a break now and again
Killing Eve is bloody fantastic
PopSockets are a game changer
Politics most certainly brings out the worst in the British public
Anxiety doesn’t give a crap if it’s your birthday, panic attacks still happen regardless
Lover by Taylor Swift is a bloody flawless album
Buffets at Disneyland are literally the work of the devil – sneeze pasta anyone?
The key to doing tequila shots is to avoid the salt
Bodysuits aren’t that much of a ballache – as long as you buy one with poppers at the crotch
Tattoos aren’t actually that painful – unless you get one on your foot
Writing a letter to your younger self is actually a very therapeutic exercise
A bar of soap genuinely lasts a lot longer than a bottle of shower gel #SaveTheTurtles
Nothing will prepare you for how amazing the fireworks at Disneyland are
Convincing the waiters in a restaurant that it’s your 21st birthday when it’s actually your 27th does wonders for your self esteem
The blogging community is a wonderfully supportive place
I am definitely NOT a rollercoaster person
I actually quite like coffee, provided I have it with A LOT of sugar
Nothing brings a country together like the Gavin & Stacey Christmas special
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