Tuesday, 8 September 2015


Throwback to two years ago, and I was a nervous little 16 year old ready to embark on a completely new life in Surrey. Fast forward two years, and I'm now a nervous (still little) 18 year old, waiting to start my next adventure at Uni. As I sit here now, in what is my comfort zone, I'm scared to admit that I'm crapping myself. Despite struggling to put into words my emotions, and wanting to just snuggle up under my covers and ignore the change I'm going through, avoiding all of life's responsibilities - I'm doing it anyways, and that in itself is an achievement.

In two weeks time I'll be in my first week of Uni. I'm terrified. Will I like it? Is it the right decision? Will I cope with the workload? These are questions I'm apprehensive about knowing the answer to. But what I do know, is that it's all ok, because I know that in 3 years time, I'll be somewhere completely different, and what scares me now - won't scare me then. The fact that my comfort zone will be a lot bigger then, is something that's exciting. If the 16 year old me could do it, then I've really underestimated what the 18 year old me can do now.

Here's to change. 

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