Blogmas Day 24: Dear Santa...

Today is Christmas Eve, so I have decided to dedicate today's Blogmas post to writing to Santa.
Now, you might think "Hang on, you're 24. What do you need to write to Santa for." But I don't think that you are ever too old to write a letter to Santa and we all have wishes don't we? I don't think I've ever written a letter to Santa so this is a first.


Dear Santa...

I have been very nice this year, so I deserve a lot of treats!

Actually, to be honest, I don't ask for much. I like nice things, but I am not overly materialistic so I couldn't care less about receiving presents. I hardly receive presents anyway.

First of all, I want a stress-free and enjoyable Christmas. I don't want any fuss and I certainly don't want any drama. I'm pretty chilled and laid-back anyway so I expect tomorrow to be the same, and I expect to have lots of fun pigging out, indulging in desert, watching Christmas entertainment and listening to Christmas tunes.

Most importantly, I'm focused for the year ahead. I want 2017 to my best year yet. I want 2017 to be the year where I finally turn a corner. Every year I always hope that the next year will be better than the last, but it's always the same old stuff so I feel as though I am not progressing with life as much as I should. Life is for living and I just want to live!

I want 2017 to be the year that is full of positive changes and challenges. 2016 was great - I graduated from university with a 2:1 in a degree programme that I was passionate about. I would say that's the highlight for me. However, I expect more next year.

I want 2017 to be the year to be different from previous years. I want 2017 to be the year where:
- I move back to London
- I go back to the gym
- I go back to independent living (either living on my own or living in a decent flatshare.)
- I go abroad
- I start learning to drive
- I get a proper full-time, permanent career where I have a reasonable level of creative control. I also expect to work in a role where I am respected, appreciated, able to progress and acknowledged for my hard work, effort and talent
- I am able to make mistakes, learn from them, move on and grow without being judged
- I kick-start my career working in magazines
- I start making a good income from my blog
- I start freelancing properly
- I finally get the break I deserve and I receive fantastic and lucrative opportunities
- I meet wonderful people who uplift me and allow me to grow and progress in achieving my personal and professional goals.

So Santa, all I want is a happy new year and a fantastic 2017. Even if I can achieve at least half of my goals I will be pretty content and satisfied. I am expecting big changes and a positive year overall, so please don't let me down!




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