I know I’m kind of late with this, but I went to Disneyland Paris after Christmas and with me being the organised person that I am; didn’t pre-write posts. Which means it’s currently January 1st 2020 the time when everyone is looking forward and I’m reflecting on 2019. In all fairness I had a great year, and I can’t wait to get into 2020, but before we fully get going, let’s have a Look Back at My 2019.
I Got Back into Blogging
In July I got back into blogging, and started posting regularly again. I really struggled with blogging consistently for around two years, but in 2019 I feel like my creativity came back and I knew what I wanted to post. I even wrote a post on how I got back into things, as it was great to be able to pin point what was wrong and change it.
Race For Life
On the 4th of June I completed the Race for Life. I would like to say that I ran, but it was most definitely a walk. It was amazing to raise money for a good cause and in the end I raised a total of £778.75. Completing the walk really motivated me to up my fitness, and I started running in 2019 too, but after a stint with shin splints I think I’ll stick to walking.
I was very fortunate in 2019 to be able to travel to a number of different places. In February Jake and I booked a week away in Tenerife and we had an incredible time, we both loved it and would love to return at one point in the future. I would also recommend Siam Park as it’s such a good day out. We also managed to go to Venice, Krakow, Chester, Manchester, Blackpool and Disneyland Paris. Krakow is another place that I’d recommend to everyone. Can I also count visiting West Midlands Safari Park as that was a fab day out too.
I Gave Evidence in Court
Little bit of a strange one, but in 2019 I had to give evidence in court. I still don’t really know how I feel about the whole thing, but I’m proud that I was able to hold my own on the stand. It’s fair to say I was more than anxious about it, but as I was only a witness I dread to think what the others were going through. Having the defence try and poke holes in what you’re saying is a horrible feeling when you know you’re telling the truth. Like I say I’m proud that I did it and helped to get the positive outcome.
I Started Cooking
We’ll finish on a lighter note, and that’s cooking! I love baking, and in 2019 I extended that love to cooking too. It’s very nice to not rely on microwave meals especially now I’m getting older. Jake and I decided to start cooking together and it’s brilliant motivation to do it together and have help. We made hunters chicken from scratch, and our bbq sauce has gone down well with everyone.
That was a look back at my 2019. Overall it was a brilliant year, and I’m very excited for 2020.
What did you achieve in 2019?
Thank you for reading!