September has been a very busy month. With everything that has been going on, time has just zoomed past for the last four weeks. I'm still adjusting (well more like being thrown into) the uni life, so everything feels new and I always have a huge list on my to-do list. I gave myself like 15 minutes to write this post, so please ignore the occasional spelling mistakes, etc.
The first week of September felt like it was so long ago, and it was the only week that went by in a normal pace. Most of my friends left for uni the first week, but in the meantime I still felt like uni was something that was going to happen in the distant future. But as soon as fresher's week started, everything felt as if it was falling in the right place. (Does that make sense??) There isn't much to say about uni, apart from the fact that everything feels new to me, and that I'm busy all the time.
In the middle of the month, I also celebrated my 18th birthday. I'm finding it very hard to grasp the fact that I am technically an adult now. Like last week, I opened a savings account in my name and I got a letter from hmrc about tax return. Wow.
Anyway, a short summary of September is that time is going by really fast- I saw Christmas home decorations in House of Fraser the other day, and I was in mild shock. But I'm sure the last few months of 2016 is going to go by like a flash, too.
I started a bullet journal at the start of September. At first, I thought it was like a diary that you write in the format of bullet points, and I was like 'what that's so weird'. But after reading up on it on a few blogs, I thought it would be a really good idea since you have the total freedom to customise your own journal. It gave me huge anxiety at first, because I was worried that I would make a mess of it from the start, but 3 weeks in and I'm loving it. You learn to adapt your journal according to your lifestyle and from previous 'layouts', what works and what else you can add to it.
I bought a new lens for my DSLR from Depop and I'm dying to get the chance to use it (not just pointing at my messy desk at home).
On another photography note- I got a new phone and the camera is so much better. So I have made a goal to take more photos on an everyday basis. Keep updated by following my insta @yigeygz ;)