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My drive home from prac everyday is intense. It is a steep and winding road; I have to concentrate completely on what I am doing. The most difficult part of the drive is managing the momentum of the car and how fast speed builds up. I guess you could probably use this as a metaphor for my life in the next six months.
I'm moving to the other side of the world, one of the most exciting things I have ever done but it will also be one of the scariest. I need to build momentum in my life, to really shake things up and make adventures happen, but I guess I worry about how it will all pan out.
When life's plans all hinge on something going right beforehand, how can I stop stressing and just let it happen? My leaving in January depends on me saving a lot of money and that worries me. Going slightly insane living in this small town, and another six months is all I can really take, but what if I don't get enough work and therefore don't have enough money to head to London? Who knows what I'll do then.
xx Samantha Alice