chronikle: ([bssm] c'est la vie)
Kat ([personal profile] chronikle) wrote2014-12-31 11:10 pm

017. Happy New Year!

Aha, I haven't forgotten about this place! I haven't had time to write an entry.

I don't have a huge amount to say about this year, other than it's been a weird one. A good three quarters of it when way too fast because I was waiting for university to come around, and then the last quarter has been quick but also kind of slow? I guess because I've been doing more.

So far I really like uni! I've made a good group of friends and I'm enjoying my course. I'm still good at essay writing, so that's a small relief. I've (hopefully, we're still waiting on some guarantors to sign for it I think) got a place to live in September with some of my friends. It's a bit of a mixed experience--I still have bad days and they hit pretty hard, but I've noticed that being at home for three weeks with not a lot to do has actually made me feel worse? So we'll see. I guess keeping busy is good for me.

I'm still not sure what I want to do with my life or my degree though. I keep thinking teaching but it'd be teaching about film specifically in higher education (college or university). So, I'm not sure.

I'm going to see Foo Fighters in May! I'm really excited.

I don't have any resolutions other than that I want to practice being kinder and stepping back from myself when I'm feeling negative. I would like to write some more but I say this every year. I'm thinking about doing one of those jars that you fill with good things. I might keep a journal or something. I'm not sure! We'll see what happens.

Anyway! I hope you all have a really good 2015, or at least one that's better than 2014!

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