Wednesday, 31 December 2014

My 2014 Highlights

2014 changed my life in so many ways, both good and bad. Whilst my health has taken a beating I have had so many amazing experiences and opportunities this year. As it's the last day of the year I wanted to reflect on the great things that have happened this year


Organising A Blogger Event
I have been blogging for so long but it was incredible to organise one. I've done events before but nothing as big and unique as this. There were so many different challenges and I got to work with some great people from all works of life. I was so glad that I could also support Lupus UK with the proceeds of the event. By holding a tea party I got to meet some of the lovely bloggers that I've spoken to on twitter for so long and making some great friends. Of course it wasn't just me, I am so thankful for Becca otherwise I may've gone insane.

Finding My People
I honestly never believed that I would find some of my best friends from talking about sex on Twitter, but thats exactly what happened. Over the last few months these ladies have been my rocks and made me so happy. I am so happy of all they have achieved and I feel like I have my own cheerleading squad, as I am to them too.


Moving In With Az
One of the best things to ever happen to me, not just this year, is moving in with my boyfriend. As you may know it hasn't been easy, but its been more than worth it. Waking up next to him every day feels wonderful, even when he's snoring his face off. I love building our own nest and making the house ours, the area is lovely and we're so happy here.

Starting Fem-tellectual
It may only be a month old, but starting my own website has been amazing on so many levels. I have gained confidence, pushed myself and gotten to showcase some incredible articles by ridiculously talented women. It was hard work and still is but god it has been worth it. I can't wait to see how the website grows and where we go next.

What were your 2014 highlights?



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