Out with the Old

A goodbye to 2021!

A picture I took recently. When on the way home from university, on a nine hour bus trip that earlier this year would have genuinely proven impossible. Visual progress. I also like the lights.

& in with the new. Or: Making an awkward transition from the worst year of my life to, hopefully, one of the best. A celebration and acceptance of 2021.

Recently, I spoke out briefly about my experience of being bedridden by anxiety for around a month in the first half of this year. Needless to say, I wasn’t having the greatest time then. The first half of this year simply presented one…

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