So, to properly kick off my blog, I thought I would do a slightly different ‘monthly’ post. Whilst my next post will more than likely be a slightly late ‘monthly favourites’, I thought I would show you my past month in Instagram photos.
- Nando’s. I have been to Nando’s twice this month, and always forget how much I like it. It’s not the cheapest meal on a student budget, but it’s a nice treat every now and then!
- Bastille. I can’t remember how or when I found Bastille, but I was tweeting about wanting to see them live at the start of this year, so it’s been a long time coming. They were, of course, absolutely amazing and I really hope I am able to see them again some day.
- London. This photo was actually taken whilst on a shoot for a project, I didn’t go on the London Eye or anything exciting, but I thought this photo would do as the stereotypical shot of my new home. Living in London is a lot different to visiting it on odd days out, though where I am is not exactly central, but I am still loving every minute of it. This photo is to remind me that I’m in one of the coolest places in the world, and I need to start taking advantage of it.
- Lost? University unfortunately means working – I know right, who knew? – and this was a film poster we produced for our first project. The beginning of the month in particular meant putting in a lot of extra hours to make the deadline, which is something I haven’t had to worry about for the whole summer and came as a bit of a shock to the system.
- Identity. The end of one project marks the beginning of a new one, and this little sketchbook will hold all my research for this project until the start of next year. I used wrapping paper to cover a sketch book I already had, and I’m in love with the way it turned out.
- The Tube. Living in London involves spending a lot of time travelling on the tube. I took this photo on the way back from a trip home, but I have no doubt that I will be seeing a lot more of these.
- Halloween! It wouldn’t be a post about October if I didn’t mention Halloween. I’ve only really dressed up a few times for Halloween, but this year I strayed away from your typical witches and cats, and went out dressed as a creepy doll. Did I scare a few people? I think so.
- Bonfire Night. I went with my flatmates to Southwark to watch some fireworks last night – mainly because they were free – and other than having my view somewhat obstructed by a large tree and a sign, had a pretty good time.