31 Dec 2012

Wishing you the best for the new year.


Thank you for the lovely comments on my last post, my 365 project was one I was exceptionally proud of at the end - I love projects where individual failures and successes are nothing compared to the overall outcome.  
However, during my procrastinating on the internet, I have found that where ever a daily project appears, it is followed by a stream of comments mentioning their size, the commitment involved or simply how intimidating they seem.  But they are not!  Once again my mother's, slightly bizarre, wisdom is relevant - it is like eating an elephant, look at the whole thing and, sure, it's going to seem like a lot to manage, so just take it one bite at a time.
And it is true, each day is just one photograph.  One simple little picture.  I bet most of you reading take pictures on your iPhones, perhaps you use instagram or share them on your own blog.  Heck even if you don't, it takes less than thirty seconds to take a snap of your shoes in the crunchy leaves or the steaming cup of tea that might be in your hand right now.  One picture a day can hardly be intimidating, right?  


Anyway, it is the last day of 2012 and much like the last few days, I am sat on the floor drinking coffee and watching the rain.  Really I should be packing as in a couple hours I will be leaving my flat to go on a mini-break (to the seaside!!) for new year with my closest friends.  I am super excited!
I hope to see the new year in (no matter how heavy the rain) with Prosecco in hand standing in the sea, so I better pack my mac!
I will be back on the second but until then, I am wishing you all best wishes for the new year and thank you all for reading my little space.



  1. Happy new year! I think that a 365 project is totally doable when you put it that way: one day at a time! However... I am not quite sure if my days are interesting enough to attempt something like this, I am quite routine!

    1. Haha honestly, at least two months of those pictures were taken during 'exam season', there was very little going on in my days! I think this: http://www.flickr.com/photos/57908092@N06/5612231097/ proves my case! x

  2. I love your blog! And that mushroom is fantastic!

    1. Thank you! (it tasted pretty mean too...)!