Slowly but surely and most definitely certainly.

Slowly but surely and most definitely certainly.

A wee update for you, but mostly for me, to keep track of my ups, downs, and most definitely my slow but sure progress. Event design has taken a back seat as I focus on getting my feet back firmly on the ground.

The most exciting news is that I have been accepted into Auckland University of Technology and will be packing my suitcases, bags and trunk next year and re-locating to the big city of Auckland where I will be doing a Bachelor of Arts in Event Management. My Father and I visited this crazy busy city a few weeks ago. I thought I had better introduce myself to Auckland and make sure she was certain she wanted me there. Because of this acceptance and my almost certain re-location for March next year I have been working frantically to save, as Auckland accommodation is not the cheapest.

So apart from doing a few decorations and invitation design for some friends and family, I have spent the majority of my free time exploring the greater Wellington region, pine forests, parks and bush tracks with some willing friends. Oh! One thing I can report back is I found a wonderful graphic designer to create me a logo and header image for my website. Give it a couple of weeks and it should all be up and running.

I have such big dreams and aspirations when it comes to event design and sometimes itโ€™s so incredibly frustrating when things do not seem to be moving forward but I cannot stress the importance of taking time to just be, and making time for all the little things you always want to do but never get around to doing. Itโ€™s so good for you sometimes to just be. The below video is a beautiful and constant reminder of this.


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