September has been and gone. I’m still trying to fathom all of the emotions I experienced throughout. September was fall of highs and lows and to be completely honest, I’m amazed I’m still standing.
So, let’s have a look into the parts of September I remember.
Uni: The final weeks of uni before a two-week break; jam-packed with work and added stress.
Uni break: Time spent away. First a holiday in Carrickalinga and then a holiday at Barmera. Time spent relaxing and destressing.
Driving: With uni comes a lot of driving, sadly.
Royal Adelaide Show: Earlier in September my family and I went to the Royal Adelaide Show. I enjoyed going on some rides with my siblings; however, the flashing lights triggered a headache.
Public transport: I’ve been going to Adelaide a lot more and have been catching public transport wherever possible. Often I’ll drive to the Tea Tree Plaza bus interchange and then catch the O-bahn in.
City to Bay Fun Run: I almost forgot about this one. I ran 12km in the 2019 City to Bay Fun Run and I couldn’t be prouder of myself. I’m not a huge runner or a runner at all, so for me to accomplish this is huge.
Clouds: What can I say? I absolutely love clouds.
Creative writing: I’ve really enjoyed my creative writing class and letting my ideas flow.
Photography: During my holidays I’ve fallen back in love with photography. I’ve updated my photography website and have a few things to do to finish it off and soon I’ll be getting back into my photography Instagram.
Travelling: Going on my quick little holidays allowed me to reset and figure where I want to go in life. Travelling always makes me feel right at home.
Music kind of took a back seat throughout September. I listened to a range of tunes but mostly Matt Maeson and Bastille. As a result, I only ended up having six songs in September’s playlist.
Mocha: It’s become a regular at uni.
Coffee: It’s fair to say I think that I’ve become a little addicted. I love the taste of coffee. Iced lattes are my favourite.
Veg pasta: There is something about veg pasta that I love so much.
And that’s all I’m going to share. I remember more of September but I’m keeping those memories close; they’re fuelling me on, they’re making sure I don’t take life for granted; they’re there for me and that’s okay.
I’m excited about what’s come.
October, please be kind to me.