I will be the first to admit that I do not like the cold. Unfortunately, I live in a very cold state. Also, a lot of my family and friends live here, and while I hate the cold, I love them, so it looks like I’ll be staying in-state for at least a little while longer. One thing, however, that keeps my spirits high during the cold months, is living in a cool city.
Today’s London Series post is a lot of fun. On this day, we partook in a lot of the ‘typical tourist’ things one might expect to do in London. I find that doing this in your own neighborhood or city can be a lot of fun as well (like one of my days in Detroit, here). I hope you enjoy the third installment!
Here is the second installment of ‘The London Series’!
As promised, I have some big news to share!! I’ve finished college! It’s taken a lot of work and a lot of time, but I’m finally done, and it feels oh so good! Now that that is off my plate, I am ready to commit more time to my blog. This week, I’m devoting some serious time to setting up a schedule for posting and developing new content, and I plan to stick to that. I can’t wait to see where this new chapter will lead me, as well as NTL. Expect big things.
As promised, here is the first installment of my London Blogs, which I am calling “The London Series”. I have decided to format these blogs a little differently than some of my previous posts. During my trip, I kept a daily journal to ensure that I wouldn’t forget any of the tiny details of my time in Europe (though I’m not sure how well I actually did at achieving that, as I sat down to journal nightly after I had been drained from exploring all day!), and I have decided that I will mostly be sharing those entries, rather than trying to remember everything. These entries are more personal and less polished than what I usually share, and I hope that you enjoy reading them!