2014 was a year of big changes for me – I’m sure everyone says the same. But for me, I was finishing University, going into the unknown and praying I could find a job I really wanted.
Luckily, this all happened! I graduated from University in July, and started my new job down in London in September, along with 200 other graduates. The past few months have been a blur pretty much – I can’t believe I’m now saying good bye to my Christmas holidays and getting ready to travel back to London on Sunday.
One big thing I think is going to change in the New Year is my blog. As I began frantically putting my final project together for University, followed by organising our final shows in July, I had no time to put towards this blog or my other interests.
When I moved to London in September, carryoncaroline definitely suffered from the one big, one small suitcase I was allowed to take with me, in order to not take up too much space (and it was all I could carry on the train!). Now I finally have somewhere to call my own, after moving into my own flat. I can spread all my things out in the organised chaotic way I work best with! Helllooo new wardrobe! We moved in just two days before I started my Christmas holiday, so I can’t wait to get back and start making it ours!
This year, I want to travel some more, exploring new cities and make sure I never stop exploring London – I doubt I’ll be down here forever so I want to make sure I do everything I can while I’m here! Starting a new full time job has definitely taken it out of me, but I still have to pinch myself to believe I’m lucky enough to do what I love (and be paid for it!) five days a week! I love design, but I also love fashion, social media and photography, and these are the things I want to start exploring once again in 2015 – the Pinterest account I was known from constantly messaging people from with cute funny little notes or things to make has been cast aside for a while, but I’ve recently picked it back up, and forgotten how much I love browsing through beautiful things! So here’s to 2015 – and a little throwback to my favourites of 2014!