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'Up and running by September', she said.

I know, I know.

I had all these ambitions and exciting plans when I got to London, and then nothing happened. More blog-wise than in real life.

Starting a new job and, well, a new life is really time-consuming. Weekdays are normally pretty dull (work, eat, sleep, repeat) and then my weekends are a mixture of settling in (read: trips to Ikea and other shopping malls in an attempt to make my room more homely; also cleaning and doing laundry and having groceries delivered because I'm an adult now) and trying to do things around London.

Consequently, the past four months (yes, I have been here over four months already) just whizzed past and I can't quite keep up. And then, of course, my laptop breaks. Luckily, it's my birthday in a few weeks so I'm going to ask my handful of family members to send a bit of monetary support my way and hopefully, by November, I will have a new laptop.

This interferes massively with all my autumn plans but I will, nonetheless, document everything I do and then hopefully shoot post after post at you in November, before the Christmas madness starts.

I am alive, I am well, I love London, I do have blog post ideas, it's just life that's getting in the way sometimes. Bare with me.

Come say hi on Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat in the meantime and don't be mad at me, okay? I'll make it up to you, I promise.

'til then,
Lisa x
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  1. Completely know what you mean. I started a job 2 months ago and it was so full on that everything else just took a back seat. Things have settled down a lot now...but being an adult is hard, right?! There are not enough hours in the damn day!!!

    katie xx lacoconoire.com

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    1. You *think* you're an adult already but then you move out and start a new job and all of a sudden, you realise that you've been nowhere near adulthood so far! It's enjoyable but certainly a bit hectic at times! xx

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