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My Current Situation| April 2014

Tomorrow I will be able to say I’m going to Europe “next month”. I don’t think it has hit me yet. It still feels like a surreal dream that seems months and months away. Writing this now though I can feel it slowly starting to sink in. Up until now I hadn’t been nervous at all, just a big bouncy bag of excitement (sorry- had to end the alliteration there). Now though, I think I’m starting to feel a bit of nervousness creeping in, nerves are always good though, so I’m not worried!

This month has been a bit of a roller-coaster. It started as a week of stress, stress, stress and then to a week of laziness due to the holidays, and now this week I’m thinking it’s time to be a bit more proactive again.

I’ve been working as much as possible (it didn’t help that all the days I work at the library happened to fall on public holidays the past couple of weeks,) and my parents have found me an odd job here and there. This weekend I’m painting a fence for one of their friends. Odd job indeed- my blog is living up to its name!

Next on the to-do list:

  • buy travel insurance
  • buy plane tickets to my little trip to Germany
  • go to the dentist (I’ve been too scared to go- not because dentists scare me, but because the price they charge does!)



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Hello, I'm Anya. A twentysomething with a love for travel, food and a good read. Current day job was also my childhood dream job: working for a magazine (although these days I work in the digital sphere). Feel free to say hi!

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