I am a planner. I like to plan things out and know what’s happening, that way if things go awry I can get it sorted quickly. I haven’t always been like this, it’s something I’ve had to learn over the last four/five years or so and it just makes life so much easier.
Okay, so I let two months go past without blogging again. Well, almost two months, but still.
Things have been so hectic and genuinely busy that I haven’t even been reading or commenting on blogs never mind blogging myself. I know it’s bad when I don’t even read my favourites any more.
I made the decision to go vegetarian on March 17th of 2017 and I think it was absolutely one of the easiest decisions I’ve ever made.
The decision didn’t come from some great, life-changing event, I was just sitting at my desk one day when I made my mind up. I wasn’t watching any animal rights documentary or even reading up on vegetarian meals, I was literally just sitting there thinking. I had always felt a bit guilty about saying ‘I love animals’ and then would happily tuck into a KFC, so it made sense to me to change.
One year on, I thought I’d share my experience so far and my aims going forward from here.
Things have been a little quiet around here, haven’t they? I stopped blogging for a few weeks for a couple of reasons and things kind of just went quiet. We were decorating bits of the house and furniture was everywhere and I never had the energy to sit down at my desk and actually write something after painting or diy-ing the whole day. I’ve been studying for my end of year exam that’s coming up soon as well, which is super fun and not at all boring. I’ve also been dealing with a little personal issue which has stopped me wanting to write anything altogether, but I’ll come back to that another time.
I was deciding on what to post for my little return and settled on showcasing the blogs that I read while I was on my teensy hiatus. What’s not to enjoy about a bit of blogging and blogger love?