Another week has passed. This one seemed to fly (well, don’t they all?). I spent a lot of time working, but I took plenty of time out to relax.
I spent my time between Belfast and Fermanagh; it was lovely to watch the snow fall on the country (while I sat in front of the fire).
I spent an afternoon deep in research at Ground Espresso Bars
What a busy week. Workwise I mean. I feel I did not get enough time to wind down but isn’t that how it goes after a fortnight off?
I began the week in Fermanagh before I made my way back to Belfast. I had my first office day on Wednesday and I haven’t stopped since; it feels great to get back in the swing of things.
Travel bloggers are the best. They inspire wanderlust, show you the places the guidebooks do not and they tell you how not to get scammed.
I predominately used travel blogs to help me with my travels in south-east Asia and Australia (I also had the Lonely Planet guide) and it is something I will do before any future trip.
How does one unpack a week where one did nothing?
No really, I did nothing. I got to wind down, watch TV, play PlayStation and I even sat down with the laptop and wrote.
I was a runner-up in a competition thanks to On The Luce. I hope to make use of this guidebook soon!
I have always been a reader. In primary school, my nose was always in a book and the library could not add books quick enough for me.
Now I am in my twenties, that love has not lessened. This year I enjoyed many books and I am excited to share some of these with you.