A levels are officially over.
2 years of intense studying, tears and exams. But also friendships, laughs and unforgettable memories.
At first I was incredibly sad to have finally finished A levels. I’d be leaving behind a place I’d been for the past seven years, along with the many fantastic people I encountered there. Now, however, I’m beginning to see the positives of my inevitable departure from school.
I’ll be blessed with a new freedom, new people, new surroundings. I’ll be off to university to study a subject I’m undoubtably passionate about, I’ll be with like-minded people on my course, and I’ll learn new things (hopefully how to cook).
The adventure of university and living away from home can sometimes seem daunting, but so too was my first day at high school, my first job, and the first article I wrote for CelebMix. All these separate but equally as brilliant experiences have led me to the fantastic position I am in today, despite the initial intimidation.
Throughout the summer I hope to be more active on Fuzzable and continue with my Bullet Journal Series now I have more time. I’ve also started a brand new blog called Past The Pages relating to literature and study, as well as an Instagram page where you’ll soon be able to find aesthetic images(!) of study notes, books and the like!
For now though, let’s celebrate the end of 2 years of hard work!