Afternoon Tea - Where I Thought I would Be At 19

Good evening! I thought I would get a little deep with today's post and talk about what I thought 19 would be like and how much an adult I really am... This is something a little different so I hope you like it! However, if you're not here for the deep, personal posts then feel free to click here and read a fashion related post. 

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One last thing before we get into the post, have you seen Monday's post all about Shawn Mendes? If not here is the link
At 13 I thought when I turned 19 I would be a proper adult and have all my life put together! Oh was I wrong... Really wrong! I had this idea that I would know exactly what career I wanted and be on my way to achieving it, be in a perfect relationship, have my dream body, be able to manage money and be completely happy. Come to think of it 13-year-old Niamh had a great deal of optimism and thought that life after 18 would be perfect. 

Now, however, 19-year-old Niamh is living her best life! I'm currently working towards a fashion journalism degree (even if I'm not entirely sure this is what I want to do for a living), well and truly single (and loving it!), my dream body isn't quite here just yet but I am working towards it, after 9 months of living alone I still haven't quite got managing money down to a T just yet but its all practice, right? (Who can actually budget anyway?) and finally I'm so happy and having the best time ever, I have met some of the most amazing people and don't ever want it to end! 

I have been really conscious not to waffle on too long because lets be honest it really isn't enjoyable to ready a load of waffle. The only down fall to this is that it is quite short so I hope you aren't too disappointed with todays post. 

One last thing before I call it a night, I would be forever greatful if you could follow my new Twitter HERE since Twitter has taken down and deleted my account with over 5,000 dedicated followers and readers. More on this situation coming in a future blog post so stay tuned! 

Thank you for the continued support!
Speak soon, 
Niamh xo

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