Hearting List #4: 14 Things in 2014

2014

  • Our flat | 2014 was the first full year in our flat (we moved in in December 2013) and it’s been a huge learning curve but in a really good way.
  • My best friend’s wedding | My best friend got married in May and it was so wonderful being a part of their special day. The hen party was great fun too!
  • Photography | I have really enjoyed snapping away this year and photography has really developed into a hobby of mine.
  • Pets | Tufty, Rusty and Milo were all new additions to our little family this year. I love all my pets to pieces and they bring me so much joy.
  • Little Things | The little things in life that make every day better, small acts of kindness, affection or thoughtfulness.
  • Pompoms | lots of pompom projects including 2 pompom rugs, a garland and wreath – I think I’ve made 400+ pompoms in 2014!
  • Starting my blog | I am grateful for every single one of you that takes the time to read and comment on my posts, thank you so so much for your support.
  • Family and Friends | I have two extremely supportive parents, a very loving family and a close group of friends. I honestly don’t know what I would do without them.
  • The boyfriend | We have shared another year together, we’ve had our ups and downs but we’ve had a lot of unforgettable moments which I’ll always cherish.
  • Holidays | We went on a few this year but our summer holiday to Skiathos in July was one of my all time favourites. It’s a stunning island with the most amazing beaches, I highly recommend you visit.
  • Books and Films | I have read quite a few books this year and watched plenty of films.There are too many stand outs to list them all here but there have been lots that I’ve enjoyed.
  • Baking | I baked a lot this year, for friends and family’s birthdays, the odd occassion at work and just because I fancied it. I don’t think there’s anything better than homebaked goods.
  • Creativity | 2014 has been a good year for my creativity, I’ve started new hobbies as new outlets for my creativity and I’m so glad I’ve made the time to pursue them.
  • Days Out | random, unplanned days out are the best and we had quite a few of those in 2014 such as when we visited Whitstable.

What were your highlights of 2014?
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