November has been a rollercoaster!!! I finished up with uni for the session, moved house, went back home, have been working (nearly) full time, been in a global march and back and forth between Sydney countless times. And despite being free from uni work (for now) – I still had very limited time to blog! One of my favourite things to do and I couldn’t even take a few hours out of my day to do it! I was doing so well with my stats and working on growth – and then life just happened and suddenly it’s December (would someone mind filling me in on how that happened?). Anyway… despite having signed up for a summer session at university and basically working full time, I’m committing to blogging at least once a week. I pinky promise. OK, so let’s look back on the month that was November…
Sculptures By The Sea…
I had such an incredible time exploring the beautiful coastline of Bondi Beach with my housemates. It was a gorgeous day spent with gorgeous girls. We topped the day off with some retail therapy so it was a pretty awesome way to spend a weekend. You can read more about Sculptures by the Sea here.
As uni came to an end for the year – so did our contract at uni accommodation. Lucky for me, my best friend and I moved into a share house around the corner (complete with a queen size bed and a pool).
Mumford and Sons Festival!
Held in the Domain, Sydney, Mumford and Sons not only brought themselves (gods) but a number of other artists like Meg Mac, Jake Bugg, The Art of Sleeping and The Jungle Giants to play in the city. Unfortunately the weather was less than perfect – but we still rocked out in the rain along with some new found Italian friends.
My Sister Came to Visit!
I absolutely love my family, so you could imagine how excited I was when my little sister came to visit! It was one of the last times I got to spend time with her before she jetted off on her adventure to South America.
The People’s Climate March!
What an incredible experience!! Being a part of Australia’s largest Climate March to date! It wasn’t just in Australia, but towns, villages and cities around the world with people from all walks of life marched for Climate Action for Climate Justice. You can read more about the People’s Climate March here.
There really is no place like home. Luckily I managed to squeeze in a little weekend trip to beautiful Port Stephens. Better yet, I got to show one of my Norwegian friends around and watch him absolutely lose it over pelicans and koalas!
It’s not a recap unless there’s a song to go along with all of it! And it’s definitely Love Yourself by Justin Bieber. Sorry if I’ve accidentally become a Belieber but if he keeps producing music like this… I can’t help it!
Well – It was a great month but December is definitely a favourite of mine so I’m pretty excited to see what’s in store!