Hello all you lovely blog readers! I'm back. After a hectic and not so fun-filled summer... yet! I've had a summer of saving and working my little socks off to make sure I have the best holiday possible in Florida. However I've been feeling kinda blue and pessimistic through the summer and I've decided to try and use my blog as a pick-me-up and focus. I seem to have the ability to say 'no' to things which I would enjoy so much so I've decided to do something about it - I'm going into my last year at university, I want to make new friends that I'll stay in contact with for the rest of my life and do things that I'll remember for a long time. I've joined RAG and I'm part of the committee; for marketing and communications which is perfect for my degree and some of the things that we have planned for throughout the university year excites me alot. It's going to give me alot of opportunities which I might not have been given if I hadn't just applied one day when I was feeling down after being rejected for a job. I'm quite a loner really and like to have a few friends and my boyfriend but I'm gong to by 21 and I finish university, things need to change.
I'm also quite bored of my blog right now and I'm lacking alot of inspiration to post anything so thats what made me want to change things up a little bit.
So, a new direction for 'kaleidojo', my little bloggy place. I'm going to enjoy the ride and bring you lovely ones along with me. Blogging about beauty, frugality, life in general and any bloggers essential summary on a Sunday.
Here's to a fresh start and a new year of opportunities. Is there anything you'd like to see me blog about? What do you do when you feel like you have nothing to blog about?
Love to you all.
p.s. I hope your all enjoying the Olympics, no matter which country your from. Last night (27/07/12) I sat and watched the Opening Ceremony and it made me feel so patriotic and I loved every minute of it. I was very much proud to be British and from Sheffield (when Arctic Monkeys performed). The weather is also great at the moment which gets a big thumbs up from me. I'm supporting GB (obviously) and USA!