Yes! The best month of the year! Everyone goes back to school/university, the air begins to turn crisp, my birthday, and everything else that happens in this glorious month!
August semi flew by! And did you notice how well I kept to my schedule?? Quite proud of me! How about the goals?
Well I finished Harry Potter and the Cursed Child! Just need to write a review on it… I’m getting bad at writing reviews…
Am I happier in myself? I’m certainly happier and that’s a start!
Healthier lifestyle? Well it’s healthier… Again I can’t quite say I fully achieved this one… But it’s a start!
With this month comes a bit of a change. I didn’t get the grades to get back into uni but I’m now in the job hunt position. I’ve a teacher training course I can start and all I need is a job. So that brings me to this month’s goals!
Find a job in Glasgow. This is essential.
Continue with my 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge – check out my first post here!
Read one book.
What are your aims for September? Any plans for the month?
So day 1 of the 30 days of gratitude challenge has begun! Are you taking part? Leave your link below for me if you are! Remember, these posts are about gratitude and positivity so I’m doing my best to leave any negativity out of them.
Today’s theme is my house, with the sub heading of Why I Feel Good At Home. Now before I begin, let me explain that for this post I will actually split it in two as I have both my parent’s house and my student flat and I consider both of them as home.
I feel good at home in Lisburn because I have my gorgeous pets, Baron and Maisie, with me practically all the time.
I have a comfortable bed (now), heating, carpet, and free food. I can walk into town if I really wanted, or I can get a bus from a bus stop only a 3 minute walk away. There’s someone to help with the dishes and the cleaning, we can spend time as a family, and so much more!
My amazing flat mates.
A place where I can relax and be myself. No one judges me for still being in my pyjamas at 6 in the evening. I can cook what I want, when I want. I’m so close to all my friends from university. My double bed is blissful, there are so many shops nearby, I can order takeaway at any stage and not be given a strange look, and we’re so close to the subway for getting in to the city centre. I can blog at any time of day or night without being asked ‘Why are you still staring at a blank word document?’, and they accept that this is what makes me happy. I feel at peace in Glasgow, compared to Lisburn. Is it time to move back to Glasgow yet??