I realised whilst writing this post that this is the 13th monthly review that I’ve written. You can read what I was up to last January here. It’s really fun to be able to compare the different things that I’ve been doing from year to year! I really enjoy writing this blog series, and I hope that you’ve enjoyed reading it.
This January has felt really long. New Years was only five weeks ago but it feels like months ago! I began January at the top of the crags next to Arthur’s seat, watching the fireworks with James and my mum. It was a difficult climb (especially in my velvet maxi dress…) but I’m so glad we did it because the view was spectacular. I started back at uni about four weeks ago, and I’m now (mostly) back in my regular routine of classes and study days. I’ve been making the most of this time before deadlines hit to explore Edinburgh a little bit and hang out with my friends. I was in London last weekend to visit James, my uni friends Amy and James, and the lovely Bel and Laila. I had fun, but I also managed not to take any pictures!
This month on the blog I wrote a review of the whole of last year! (It’s a long one…) I shared an outfit post in my favourite velvet bell bottoms, showed you how to make the best nut roast ever, experimented with making things from Sugru and interviewed Laila from Tape Parade. My favourite post is probably this photo set I shared, including images I took walking around my home village in the snow as the sun was setting.
February is proving to be cold so far! I’m looking forward to longer days and the first signs of spring. I’m not really looking forward to the inevitable arrival of deadlines, my dissertation, or the feared post-graduation job hunt! I hope your month is shaping up nicely