It’s Called Organised Chaos

Hello my loves!! Welcome to another post on what is the most glorious Sydney Monday morning. We have been so fortunate with this weather lately, which is perfect because it has me getting out. And me being the ‘I’ll take a picture at any moment’ kind of person.. well this weather just fills all my photography needs. I swear sometimes i’m a tourist in my own city. But seriously! If you’ve ever been to Sydney you will totally get what I mean.

I can’t believe we are so close to Christmas. I don’t know what happened to this year. It finished quicker than it started. I think most of that feeling has to do with me taking a gap year. Don’t get me wrong, i’m so happy I decided to take the year off. Especially after the stress and panic of final school exams last year. But I am starting to miss the classroom environment and am beyond excited to start my Uni course next year (which I deferred).

Probably one of the best things I did this year was travel and start my blog. And fear not! Even though I will be busy with Uni I will always make time to keep up with blogging!

Christmas is one of my favourite times of the year. In fact I’ll go so far as to say it is my favourite time of year. But with Christmas also comes all the chaos.. Or as I prefer to say, organised chaos (hence the title of this post). I mean there is all the preparations, shopping, decorating etc. And on top of that a couple of days after Christmas I will be heading off to Canada. I’m sooo excited!! Definitely will be blogging mad then. I think the other reason why I love Christmas (aside from the obvious things like spending time with loved ones and such) is because it marks to start of a new beginning. Leading up to new years. Being able to start fresh with a brand new year. So yes Christmas can be chaotic, but I guess all the chaos adds to the excitement right? Are you as excited for Christmas as I am?

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