Originally I had planned to put up a photo journal of ‘Christmas in Dublin’. Unfortunately, I had a mishap with my phone and lost the majority of photos I had for this blog. Anything that did survive I will include at the end.
“Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree.” – Emily Bronte
I wanted to start the new year by bringing it back to what I intended this blog to be about. Your 20’s are a confusing and challenging time for all of us, but don’t dive heard first into that quarter life crisis just yet!
Christmas this year, as every year, was spent at home with my parents and younger sister. However, the difference with this year is that the cabin fever / needing time to myself didn’t set in . No little family arguments, as the majority of us have to endure in the hectic-ness of the holiday season.
With Christmas fast approaching and a new year on the horizon I think it’s time to have a look back on how I got on with my resolutions from last year.
Been a little while since my last update, but i’m slowly making my way through my Irish Bucket List.
Here’s a few highlights from the last couple of months.
Stumbled across this little treasure while googling things to do for the weekend. Wasn’t one on the Irish Bucket List, but I would definitely recommend it.
Last night myself and a couple of friends went on the Ghost Walk Tour around North side Dublin. The first thing to be scratched off my Irish Bucket List.
The tour is carried out by Hidden Walks Dublin, it costs €13 and lasts for the best part of 2hrs – well worth checking out.
Anyone who knows me, knows that I like to harp on about not doing enough with my life. Not seeing enough of the world, not helping anyone etc etc.
As it takes a bit more planning to go walk the Inca Trail or go see the Great Wall of China than it does to go see all the wonderful things your doorstep has to offer.
It has been 4 months since my last blog post.