October 2, 2017

What happened: September edition

I sit here as my house continues to get colder by the day, the hot water bottle has come out and all I want to do is sit at home watching countless Gilmore Girls episodes.

It’s the end of September!

Although it is getting colder, I am looking forward to wearing a coat and jumpers and walking through parks filled with red trees. October is here!

But before I welcome in October, here’s a roundup of what’s been going on the past month.

I saw The Killers twice

Not once but twice. The first night I saw them play the small show at Brixton Academy and it was so much fun to catch up with people I hadn’t seen in ages and also see the new look band. I can’t say i’m used to it just being two original members but I really appreciated Andy You’re a Star being played live for the first time in years.

And then I saw them again! A friend mentioned they were playing a small gig at the BBC as part of the One Show. I wasn’t working that day and decided to pop down and have a look. Glad I did as I managed to get a good spot to see them play live on TV and also caught a glimpse of Matt Baker. Ello Ello.

I managed to get a grainy photo of Flowers as he waited to go live.

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I went to the foreign office for Open House London

Originally i’d intended to go and see a few things but didn’t realise how big the queue was going to be for anything I wanted to see. I’m looking at you Gherkin with your queues from 4am.

But the Foreign Office has always been on my list of places to visit and luckily the queues there weren’t too bad.

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And I was so glad I went. It’s probably one of the prettiest buildings i’ve been in. Too pretty for Boris Johnson.Will have to do a full blog post on it at some point.

I focused on myself

This month has been about focusing on myself, writing and what I would like to do in the future with my career and keeping myself happy.

I’ve got plans to write a book which i’m hoping i’ll finally get down to before the end of this year.

In October it’s time to knuckle down and keep busy with all of my projects – from freelance journalism to the side project that is this blog.

My favourite blog posts I wrote this month

Other blog posts I loved this month

And now it’s time to explore what other blog posts I loved this month from my favourite bloggers.

Moving onwards to October

What else is in store for October? Well i’m heading to Portsmouth on a work trip which I can’t wait to write about – it’s going to be so exciting! I’ve got a few concerts and then I have family heading over from Australia.

And i’m looking forwards to autumn Sunday walks.

One response to “What happened: September edition”

  1. Angie Silver says:

    Thank you so much!! I love that dress too!!

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