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.
First time in Poland, in preparation for my Brother’s wedding.
Seeing Black Panther for Valentines Day, is there a better date?
Finally completing my dance exam.
Pamper night with my best friends.
My 18th Birthday.
The complete stack of A-level notes ready to be thrown in the recycling after my exams.
Finally, my Brother’s wedding.
The moment Sunday Girl Magazine became my favourite magazine.
Moving to London for University.
Going to the National Portrait Gallery and seeing the portrait of my role model.
Being proud of my new found independence at uni.
Christmas in London.
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.