I guess time really is the heart’s biggest healer. March absolutely flew by, and despite some of the negative things I encountered this month, I can honestly say I’ve never felt happier. That’s why I really believe everything happens for a reason. You go through these rough times and come out the other end a stronger, more resilient and a more confident person (thanks universe!). But damn March you were awesome, hectic and wild, so let’s have a little look back on the month that was.
March was the month of music! I went to several incredible gigs including; Tired Lion, Tiny Little Houses, Camp Cope & Smith Street Band. Anyone who knows me knows how much I love going to concerts, having a few beers and dancing along to some music. I was lucky enough to go with some pretty rad people and have a blast! I have to say that Tiny Little Houses totally blew my mind and I’m now even more obsessed with them (sorry Chloe and Dylan for having to put up with me playing their music on repeat!).
🌈 Mardi Gras
If you were following me on Instagram, then you would have known that I went to Mardi Gras. And if you’re not following me on Instagram, what the hell are you doing?! (@missadelaide_) Mardi Gras is my FAVOURITE day of the year! It’s a time to dress up, glitterfy yourself and anyone within proximity, to be yourself, feel confident and express your love in whatever form it takes. I think the photos speak for themselves; I had a flipping amazing time with some flipping amazing people!
💻 Starting a new job
This month I started an exciting new job as a Digital Marketing Officer at the University of Wollongong for the Faculty of Law, Humanities and Arts. It’s so exciting and daunting starting a new job, in a new team with lots of new responsibilities. But the first few weeks have been amazing, I work with an incredible team and I feel like I have a lot of valuable ideas to contribute. It’s also the first time I’ve felt I actually have a degree (which is super exciting). Feel free to check out the UOWCreative Instagram page that I’m in charge of!
Whether it’s for a beer, coffee, tea, boogie, karaoke sesh, swim, hug, these beautiful people have helped make March purely magical. Sure there were probably one (or five) too many hangovers, but it was totally worth it to share all of the moments with you.
Crooked Colours. Ummmm so where have these guys been hiding my whole life? I get strong Alt-J vibes and their music is super chill yet funky (my fave). I’m going to see them next month which makes me all the more keen to keep their album on repeat!
Tiny Little Houses. OK so they also appeared in my November faves, but after seeing them at UniBar, they make it back to the top again! They were soooo incredible live! Their music just gets in my brain and heart and I can’t stop listening to it. PLUS – they responded to my Insta story, which in my eyes is the coolest thing ever and I love them looooong time!
Ali Barter. The perfect amount of badassery right here. Dealing with the remnants of a breakup is not easy. But when you’ve got some kick ass tunes like this one, it makes it a little easier.
Sin Frontera. This is a compelling short film about migrants with undocumented status living in the United States. I would 100% recommend this to everyone and it was particularly captivating for me and my thesis I’m working on.
If you’re looking for a little girl power inspiration, then this book has got you covered. It’s not the kind of book you sit down and read cover to cover. But flicking through the pages and reading about these incredible women of history truly is amazing! It also really resonated to me how deeply embedded sexism and gender inequality is in our society. One of my favourite sections was about badass women wearing trousers. Yes trousers. Because back in the day it was illegal! The Times wrote about this only 2 years ago in reference to Hillary Clinton and thus my friends, this book is necessary to realise how far we’ve come, but how far we need to go.
📷 Bloggers and Vloggers
So I’ve fan girled over Aggie for some time now, but this month particularly she is deserving of a mention. HER PHOTOS ARE INSANE! Not only is she insanely beautiful (that’s kind of a given these days to be an Instagrammer) but her photos are unique, captivating and fun. A very worthy reason to give her a follow is her Instagram Stories. She’s always posting content whether it’s of her travels, behind the scenes of her photos or of her dog (LOVE!). This girl is certainly talented and certainly works hard. She is an absolute must for all of you obsessed with travel.
WARNING: she will leave you with a major case of travel jealousy.
This month I made peace with myself and loved myself for that. The past month hasn’t been the easiest, but it’s been the happiest I’ve been in a looooooong time. Being strong enough to stand up for yourself, can sometimes be quite difficult. But at the end of it all, you’re going to walk away knowing that you’ve got your back, you will not tolerate being treated like shit, and that you know your self worth and should only invest time and love into people who make you feel your absolute BEST! Self love is the only kinda love I need right now and it feels amazing.
Well what a month! April will be dedicated to working hard, studying harder, ensuring I make the most of my time and appreciate my friends and family because god damn are they amazing!
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2 thoughts on “These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things: MARCH 2018”
Wow so you enjoyed a lot
Looks like you had a great month x