January Update

Hey everyone,

So between sorting out our flat to sell, working part-time in a restaurant and trying to lose the 10lbs I put on from being in America, I have had little time – nor have I given myself the time – to really sit down and sort my shit out.

I have a post scheduled but have prioritized other aspects of my life at this present time!

But, I did feel you all deserved an update, – or rather I felt like updating you all on the realities of my hectic everyday limbo life. –

Moving Home

This has been a hard one for me to get my head around. Despite my love for travelling and exploring new corners of the World, from previous posts I have expressed my feelings of moving home, making friends and my need to feel grounded.

It is a scary thought selling our home. We are leaving memories behind, the friendship circles we formed and the city I consider to be my home.

I am embracing this feeling and realising that it is not so scary, in fact it is just another adventure that life has offered to me in the form of a challenge in some sense.

Living With My Parents

I haven’t lived with my parents since I was 16, 10 years is a lot of time to make up. I am excited to spend this time with my family, rekindle a bond with my younger brother and be able to help out at home for a period of time before our journey takes us somewhere new.

The  house I grew up in is attached to the house my parents currently live in, so it’s nice to be somewhere familiar as we set out on this new adventure.

Reconnecting With My Past

Cornwall holds a lot of memories from my childhood, and I am looking forward to reconnecting with the people I spent those years with. Seeing Cornwall through new adult eyes, and exploring the West Country with an open mind. Finding new gems and secrets that I can hold in my memory just like the ones I already hold dear.

 

We have about a month and a half left here in Brighton, and I still can’t make out what the bundle of emotions I feel in my stomach really mean. Excitement, apprehension and sorrow can be a but a few to narrow it down. Sometimes I wonder if being such an emotional being is a gift or a curse! Until the next post xoxox

 

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