End of Year Reflection -2018


I thought I’d do a short little post today and I figured what better way to end off this year than with a reflect with me. I’m not even going to bother with making the intro any longer because the more I write, the cringier it gets😂😂 So without further ado:

What one event are you going to tell your grandkids about?

Rehab-life changing

Describe 2018 in three words


What or who are you most thankful for?

I’m thankful for therapy, and the friends I made in rehab, my old psychiatrist and psychologist, the blogosphere. I literally would not be here without any of those things and I’m eternally thankful.

If someone wrote a book about your year, what genre would it be?

I lowkey want to say horror butttt, drama,straight up. That’s my life in a nutshell, that stuff follows me everywhere.Sometimes I’ll look back on my day and question how it’s possible that I don’t have a reality tv show yet😂

What had the biggest positive impact on your life this year?

The blogosphere. Honestly, I’m constantly blown away by how kind and loving and supportive and understanding and open-minded everyone is. It’s brought so much light into my life.

What activities made you lose track of time this year?

Writing, listening to Frank Ocean, daydreaming, trampolining , art therapy

What was the most important lesson you learnt in 2018?

Mental health comes first, always.

What was your favourite moment spent with friends?

A few weeks after I got out of rehab my friend V, came to visit Joburg because she’d moved away and we went trampolining and I didn’t touch my phone the entire day because I was just so happy and in the moment and it was just a really magical day.

What major goal did you lay the foundation for?

-Talking more about mental health

》Friday 6PM

》Talking about my personal experiences more

What book/movie affected your life in a profound way?

The Catcher In The Rye by J.D Salinger

What did you discover about yourself?

I’ve discovered that I don’t really reach out to people when I need help, which is sad but understandable because I’m reluctant to lean on people in case they leave me lol.


10 thoughts on “End of Year Reflection -2018

  1. 💙💙

    1). Snap on the “what had the biggest positive impact on your life this year?” answer – the blogosphere really is amazing.

    2). “What activities made you lose track of time this year?” answer = me in a nutshell. I listen to Frank, drift away and create.

    3). The Catcher In The Rye is my favourite book of all time, it’s so personal, I feel like you just relate to everything. It really impacted me and I absolutely love it so much.

    Hope you’re good and had a wonderful Christmas lovely girl 💞xx

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    • There’s this line in The Perks of Being A Wallflower, “And I looked at them. And I think they knew. Not anything specific really. They just knew.And I think that’s all you can ever and from a friend.” And I feel like that describes our friendship almost perfectly💙 I hope you had a great Christmas!

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  2. It sounds like you’ve been really brave and strong in 2018! Mental health does indeed come first! I hope 2019 is a good and amazing year, you sound like a really nice person :))

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