Happy New Year! Let’s all welcome ourselves and each other to 2019, with a glimpse back to what we have done in the last year and a step forward into what we are going to do with the year ahead of us. To make things a little different, I’m going to separate it into a snippet from each month of 2018 to capture my favourite parts of 2018 and then a little bit about how I’m going to approach Tea With Stevie in 2019.


January.

First time in Poland, in preparation for my Brother’s wedding.

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February.

Seeing Black Panther for Valentines Day, is there a better date?

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March.

Finally completing my dance exam.

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April.

Pamper night with my best friends.

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May.

My 18th Birthday.

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June.

The complete stack of A-level notes ready to be thrown in the recycling after my exams.

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July.

Finally, my Brother’s wedding.

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August.

The moment Sunday Girl Magazine became my favourite magazine.

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September.

Moving to London for University.

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October.

Going to the National Portrait Gallery and seeing the portrait of my role model.

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November

Being proud of my new found independence at uni.

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December.

Christmas in London.

 

If I were to sum up 2018 in 3 words they would be:

Busy

Challenging

New


What is Next?

For Tea With Stevie…

The thing I am most excited for that I am bringing to my blog, is the purchase of a new camera. I have some decent looking photos and some not so decent looking photos on my blog, this is because I am sometimes able to steal my boyfriend’s camera for posts, but most of the time I have to make do with my iPhone camera, but no longer. I am going to buy my own DSLR camera so that I can consistently take good photos for my blog posts, my gallery and my Instagram, because I love taking photos so I want them to be better.

I live in London now, and I definitely have not used that to its full advantage. I know that there are many brilliant parts of London that I should document, research and talk about, not only the tourist attractions, but I want to find the quirky nooks and crannies of London too. (I need suggestions???) SO, in 2019, there will be many London focused posts, so many opportunities for photography too!

I am going to attempt to keep to a schedule with my content. I have not set anything in stone because I feel that I am going to have to allow myself an adjustment period. Something more consistent and organised will hopefully set in motion in 2019.


 

I hope you have the best year.

x

 

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