I moved back to London just under a month ago and it’s all been a total BLUR…
SO MUCH has happened in a month of moving back to London, between stressing about setting up and paying bills, I’ve been unpacking and making my new flat a home, I’ve started a new job, I’ve started my second year at university, I’ve had my 20th birthday and…*drum roll*…I’VE GOT A KITTEN.
In all honesty, with so much going on, I’ve been struggling to get back into a good routine (…thanks to a 4 month Summer break from uni and London life…), cue cliché…THERE ISN’T ENOUGH HOURS IN THE DAY. A typical weekday for me is to wake up and get the bus to uni for 10am until 5pm and then come home and get to work for 6pm and then get home again hopefully by 10:30pm and then organise my life for an hour or so and then try and get to bed before midnight in hope I don’t wake up and feel shite in the morning. Repeat.
Although I’m struggling, I know people that definitely have a worse and more hectic daily schedule which made me really think about how I really just need to get back into a routine and re-evaluate my priorities. If I want to be able to go to the gym, make my own lunch to take to uni, have time to clean my flat regularly, have time to meal plan, prep and cook, to blog, to read, to do uni work AND have time to do NOTHING (sit on the sofa and watch a series), I CAN, it’s just about organisation.
Big news, I HAVE A KITTEN – (And my flat now feels like a home!) His name is Ronnie and he is 11 weeks old, we’ve had him since he was 8 weeks old and has been an absolute dream since we got him. He’s a crazy kitten but well behaved and knows exactly how to use his litter tray and remembers to eat and drink. He’s black in colour with white patches and has the most beautiful blue eyes (we hope he’ll keep them)…you’ll find some photo’s below.
Also, I can’t believe October has finally come around and I’m flying to Edinburgh next week for 4 days! If you’ve been following me for a while, I booked it AGES ago, right at the start of summer in June to give myself something to look forward to, and omg it couldn’t come quick enough. Hoping that I come home from Edinburgh with a new burst of motivation and organisation!
Thanks for reading,