Thanking: my family and friends for all the love they showed me over the past two weeks. Graduation season was awesome. (Yes, I’ve declared it a whole season even though I’m the only one graduating at this time of the year.)
Making : exciting changes to the blog layout and I can’t wait to share them with you all.
Cooking Frying: plantain for dinner tonight. Here’s to my pending foodgasm. Drinking Eating: a good steak can turn any day around.
Reading: The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari which I got as a gift from my favourite Uncle (Hey, Uncle J).
Wanting: a hot stone massage this weekend. If only I had the budget to match.
Looking: forward to sharing my recap of the past two weeks with you here. I enjoyed all parts of the trip but the Uganda leg gave me life everlasting!
Playing: Back to the Beach by Shekhinah X Kyle Deutsch. This song takes me straight to Camps Bay Beach in Cape Town.
Wishing: I could see my younger siblings more often.
Enjoying: the feeling of being a graduate 🙂
Waiting: impatiently to share my latest (and probably most awesome) idea with you all soon. Kampala, I’m talking to you.
Liking: how the year is going so far. So much growth. So much love. So much adventure.
Wondering: how I actually managed to zip line in Mabira Forest last week with my fear of heights.
Loving: the view from the Gadaffi Mosque in Kampala.
Hoping: that I can get through this month without dying from fatigue. Adventure is amazing, but exhausting too.
Marvelling: at how organized my sister is.
Needing: to eat a pumpkin pie soon.
Wearing: a sun dress today thanks to the early heat we’re getting Rome. Out come the legs 😉
Following: this page on Instagram as I prepare for my weekend in Venice. My excitement levels have reached their all time high.
(Still) thinking: of cutting my hair.
Feeling: lucky to have found these happy chauffeurs in Malta. The energy your company brings to any trip is one of the most important things for me.
Noticing: that I hate looking at slightly tilted photos on the wall.
Knowing: myself is the most empowering thing I am getting out of 2016.
Giggling: at the house naming tradition in Malta. Paul (one of our awesome chauffeurs) named his Moonrakers.
Feeling: like I should start coming up with a name for my first house.