Twenty Eighteen has been a year of growing for me and something which I've really had to put my heart and soul into. It definitely has been a learning curve and something I am proud of. I've had some highs and lows just like everyone but you learn to carry on as life doesn't stop just because you have had 'one of those days'. You have to pick yourself up and just get on what it.. easier said that done right? I've met some wonderful people, my little space on the internet has grown and was lucky enough to work with such a fabulous brand and was able to truly find myself all over again.
I love this time of the year as you do start reflecting on your year and what things you have achieved, enjoyed, what things have challenged you and what things you can improve on.
My little space on the internet has grown so much this year, the content was better. I knew what I was doing and I knew the contact I wanted to create. This year I got to work with such an amazing brand, Skin Kissed which was so exciting for me and I had so much fun. I also was lucky enough to work with Sophie from Bamble Vintage. The growth in my posts has had a huge impact on Lottie's Lott and it is so lovely to know you are all loving my blog. Without you, I wouldn't be doing this so it is always a blessing when someone says to you that they love your blog.
For my 26th birthday I went to Liverpool in May with two of my friends had such a fab time. I want to go back, hit all the Beatles things and see all the vintage shops. It is such an inspiring city!
I joined the gym back in February and it is honestly one of the best things I have ever done! I finally decided to take the bullet and do it. It is a great feeling when you start regularly hitting the gym and you notice a difference in your body. I used to think people were staring at me at the gym but no you realise that everyone just does their own thing and you stop feeling shy and your confidence just boosts up.
I feel like this blog has made me a lot more confident and every day I am growing and for that I am forever grateful.