As much as I strive to live in the present, I can’t help but be excited for things to come. I’m a planner, what can I say! It’s always healthy to have things to look forward to and to help you stay positive, so here are my things as of July 2019.
There’s much to be excited for in August, I’m basically counting down the days til it starts at this point! I have my family holiday happening in August, we’re off to Cardiff and I’m actually pretty excited for it! Will try to document it, I know I said that about my holiday last year and managed to document absolutely nothing but I’ll try harder this year!
I’m also excited because I have a two weeks off work and that’s just a fun prospect really.
I also have results day coming up, and I know it’s usually more normal to be afraid for results day but for now I’m dead excited because it’ll mean that I can dive head first into uni prep and shopping because my place will be 100% confirmed, can’t wait for all the blog posts I have to write about that!
Also (hopefully) in August is me getting my hair dyed. Professionally this time, my hair is too short for me to mess about with, I won’t be able to hack inches off if it goes wrong. Plus I want it to look really nice, I’m thinking of a deep aubergine sorta purple that starts at the ends and blends up into my natural hair. Will have pictures up somewhere once I get it done.
(I was gonna split this into all the remaining months but I thought that would be just a tad bit too much.)
September brings my youngest brother’s and my boyfriend’s birthdays, they’ll be turning 9 and 20 respectively. I really enjoy buying and giving presents so my loved ones’ birthdays are always quite exciting (if a little nerve wracking!)
September will also bring me going to university, which I feel like I talk about a lot on here but sue me, I’m excited! Moving out is a nerve wracking experience but the freedom that will come with it unparalleled to anything I’ve experienced before.
September is also the birth of Autumn, arguably my favourite season. But more on that another time.
As we move into October, I’ll be starting my first week of proper uni. Lectures, labs and seminars will be in full swing. I’m also going to attempt to do Blogotber again, same as last time I’ll be doing it every other day but I’m excited because I feel like I could be even more creative with it as I won’t be confined to my room and feel awkward trying to take pictures of things in front of my family.
I also do really enjoy the whole Halloween aesthetic, I’ve never been trick or treating but wandering around knocking on strangers’ doors in the dark never seemed that appealing to me anyway.
November brings the start of Christmas celebrations, which I do enjoy if I’m being honest. I imagine I’ll be starting my lists of what to buy for who, and how much of it I can actually afford!
And December, brings Christmas and my first holiday from uni. I imagine I’ll need that month long break! It’ll be nice to be back with my family for a while. Of course there’s Christmas too, but Christmas day has never been such a big deal for me tbh just the atmosphere in the lead up to it. Boxing day on the other hand, pretty excited for that!
I’m gonna leave it there for now, this idea sort of just hit me out of nowhere and I thought it would be fun to give it a go! What are you excited for?
Until next time ❤