Friday, 1 January 2016

Welcome to 2016

All over the internet is people stating that they are going to completely change and everything is going to be new from now on. Maybe this can be done but we all know it is a little harder than just waking up on the 1st of January a new reformed person. Some amazing things have happened in 2015. We moved into our lovely flat. We went to Mexico which was unlike any holiday I have ever been on, truly beautiful. I was asked to become a wife, which led me to experience a new kind of happiness. Starting to organise a wedding and finding my perfect dress straight away was crazy. We celebrated Halloween in Disneyland Paris where all my childhood dreams came true. I nearly cried watching the light show on the Cinderella's castle and the parades were incredible. We had an amazing time. As well as finally passing my driving test and buying my first car! It has been a lengthy process of being disappointed due to my nerves letting me down. Now I know it was because I wasn't ready and I have became a lot more confident behind the wheel all thanks to my lovely driving instructor and friend. Which I will be eternally grateful for! This year has had its bad points and serious lows possibly the lowest I've ever felt at some points. Although it really shows that things do turn around and they do get better. If you are prepared to make those changes that make you happy. I have had to grow up a lot due to having a lot to pay for. I am not exactly where I want to be but I am in such a better place now and I know that 2016 is going to be full of exciting things. I am not going to do a massive list of resolutions but I do have a few goals. To appreciate the whole wedding process and try not to get stressed about it as it is an enjoyable experience about marrying my best friend and spending such a special day with all of my loved ones. Be more positive about myself. Treat my body better and save as much as I can. I also aim to take things in my stride rather than getting worked up. As life is too short to hold on to upsets or mistakes. I do already extremely appreciate my family and friends but I am going to make a conscious effort to make sure that they know just how much they all mean to me.

I can't wait to share my 2016 with you and I really hope you all have a happy and fulfilled year.

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