I'm back on my blog!
How is my little corner of the internet doing?
We've got some catching up to do from last year.
2020 well, what can I say?
No one expected a worldwide pandemic that's for sure.
Life has been turned upside down and there has been so much struggle and difficulty. Being in a national lockdown and not being able to see loved ones, hug each other or go out. It really makes you appreciate the little things in life and face to face communication.
On a personal level I've found it so overwhelming and draining at times. I've barely posted anything on here due to focusing on my well being. My creative projects and ideas started out well at the beginning of the year but have now completely faded. I hope to get some inspiration back because I'm not ready to quit just yet. I've made a start with returning to YouTube.
Check out my video below.
Losing Magic back in October was hard as she has been there for me over the past 7 years especially this year when I've found being in lockdown tough. Having animals has always been apart of my identity so it's been interesting to see who I am now and now my focus has been on my health. The mantra "health is wealth" comes to mind during the pandemic.
But amongst the darkness there has been moments of light. My favourite highlights of this year have been celebrating my 32nd birthday pre-covid times. I'm extremely lucky to of celebrated my birthday as I did because everyone from March onwards didn't get that. It must be difficult celebrating the milestone birthdays such as 16,18,21 or 30 because when I look back at my life so far I realise how lucky I am to of shared those birthdays with the people that I love and doing what I want.
In 2020 I also joined Tik Tok and found joy in learning dances and playing different characters (I felt like I'm back in drama class when I was at school and I love it)
Another favourite moment is when Tiger King came out on Netflix when we all got put into national lockdown number 1 and all the memes that came along with it were hilarious (I'll never financially recover from this)
Zoom and Netflix parties have been a blessing. I don't know how I would cope without the internet.