“There are only two days in the year that nothing can be done. One is called Yesterday and the other is called Tomorrow. Today is the right day to Love, Believe, Do and mostly Live.” – Dalai Lama
So it seems I started this post on January 3rd and haven’t yet gotten around to completing it, but all in good time as they say. I spent two weeks in Perth after my week in Tasmania and had a busy/expensive vacay filled with a small amount of relaxing and a large amount of partying with old friends (perhaps too much so). As I’m writing this it is now March 25th and I’m sitting in my kitchen waiting for my soup to finish simmering so I can delight in its flavours (and quell my hunger). I started Cheer yesterday and hot damn my body is in a whole world of pain but I’m excited for new skills and having a jam-packed FINAL YEAR of University! Thank God, I am so ready to explore the world with my shiny new Masters of Education!
On that note, I’ve already signed up with a UK teaching recruitment agency who will hopefully be finding me a job, preferably somewhere around Manchester. On a crazy whim I booked my flight for December whilst sitting on the tram to Uni, so I’ll be heading over just before Christmas to start my next adventure and I’m equal parts excited, nervous and filled with stress about the prospect of somehow getting rid of all of the non-essential clothing, furniture and SO MANY BOOKS that I have accumulated in the past 3 years of living in Melbourne! I’m trying to cram in as much work as possible around cheer training and classes, but I’ve got a lot of assignments on my plate as well right now so I’m a very busy/poor woman…. wish me luck 😉 More to come… (always more) but I’ll post this much for now x
“I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life’s a bitch. You’ve got to go out and kick ass.”