It’s a new year, new decade and time to share my 2020 goals. Goals are something I do like to set myself, not necessarily just for the new year but all year round too. 2020 is the year where I think I’m going to truly find my feet within my personal self. For me last year was a year where a lot of things came to an end and I finally felt like I could truly move on and close those chapters. This included finally graduating, which I admit has been a long time in the making. I actually spoke about my university experience here. But aside from that I’m the type of person who is always looking forward.
Blogging was were this all started and 2019 saw me somewhat neglect my blog. The thought of writing blog posts bored me purely because I had ‘nothing’ to write about. I think what it really came down to was feeling drained from my degree at the start to the middle of the year. As well as trying to ‘find my feet’ post graduation. Fast forward to the start of 2020, I truly feel as though I finally have something to say again. My iPhone notes is brimming with ideas of blog posts that I’m excited to write and publish.
Travelling is something I love. The thought of exploring a new country fills me with excitement, and is definitely something I want to do more of. In fact I have already booked in my first three trips for this year. 2020 is the year where I want both explore more of the UK and abroad!
Instagram, a platform we love to hate. It’s the platform that fills us with both joy and frustration…ahem algorithm. But aside from this my personal growth on this platform took a whole new stance mid 2019. I honestly finally felt like I was getting somewhere! In both building my feed and finding my viewpoint on the platform. It is also the space where I have met a bunch of lovely, genuine people which I can call my friends.
2020 is the year I’m going to put a lot more energy into Instagram. I truly enjoy using it and I know it’s not all about followers. But followers do lend themselves to more exciting opportunities. Now opportunities are definitely what I want to both create and push more of this year.
November 2019 saw me participate in a no shopping challenge which I creatively name #noshoppingchloe. A month where I couldn’t buy any clothing or accessories no matter what. In fact I think I heard my bank account *squeal* with joy. But shopping less or specifically on ‘pointless’ items is a mind set I’m going to adapt in 2020.
Cardigan – Shein (link) gifted * | Jeans – Marks & Spencer (link) | T-Shirt – & Other Stories (similar) | Boots – Nastygal (link) | Bag – Azurina (link)
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