Thank goodness. 2/4 years of uni done and dusted, and I must say the post holiday depression set in hard starting out second semester this year. And even though I had never done this many assignments in my life (15 to be exact, in one semester = dead), I weirdly enjoyed most of them. But nothing, and I mean nothing can beat that "I am free from uni for the next 4 months feeling" after finishing your last exam.

So how did I celebrate this joyous event? Simple, food. And let me tell you, it felt amazing that my biggest decision for the night would be what type of food I should get from eat street. First world problems, I know. The next best thing about holidays? You have time to watch movies (jks I watched movies anyway even though I didn't really have time) guilt free! After the greek wraps and churros we made our way over to the eat street drive in, featuring Trainwreck with Amy Schumer. Whilst the movie was hilarious, I seriously questioned the number of children watching (I thought that if the movie was MA15+ you weren't allowed in??) And I found out that just like normal cinemas, you get shushed for talking, EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE IN YOUR OWN CAR. Oh well, lesson learnt.

My final form of holiday celebration was setting up the Christmas tree, one of my favourite things to do. Many laughs and many arguments about what decoration should go where, but always lots of love.

Happy Sunday everyone,

Love always, A x

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Welcome to a place that you can read about my sometimes mundane, sometimes exciting and always appreciated life. Euphoria is a state of mind that I always try to live by, no matter what circumstances I find myself in. I am a strong believer that happiness and positivity can make every experience a treasured one, all it takes is the right outlook.

These pictures sum up my life, how I have become the person I am, and what I enjoy. I am a 19 year old girl, studying a double degree in psychology and business (of which I have almost completed my 2nd year - 1 exam to go!), and its at QUT that I made some friendships that I couldn't even imagine making.

When I'm not studying I am working at a cute little cupcake shop (yes like the real broke girls), which has blessed me with countless amounts of cupcakes (drool) and some of the sassiest / ridiculously good looking friends a girl could have. 

Travelling and seeing as much of our world is something that is very important to me. I was blessed enough to be able to live my dream of travelling through Europe earlier this year, and have seen sites and been to places that I had previously only ever imagined. The travel bug has hit me hard though (haha, very expensive hobby) and I have booked another two trips to America and the Pacific islands that are coming up very soon.

And finally, my beautiful family are the people that I hold closest to me. They encourage me in my struggles, guide me in my decisions, but most importantly love me no matter what.

Hope you enjoy following me throughout my adventures and thoughts, 

Love always, A x

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