I hope you all like what I've done to the place!
I think New Years, in general, is one of the most stereotypical occasions in the entire year. It's actually kind of sad, because for some people, it can actually be quite monumental and inspirational in making complete life-changing decisions; but those people aren't taken seriously because 'everyone says that at New Years.' And so, I've always been aware of avoiding the 'cliché' and 'stereotypical' blog posts by writing them differently each year for the past three (or four including this one) New Years I'm NOT Disordered has celebrated...
2014 - http://imnotdisordered.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/2014-goals-aims.html
2015 - http://imnotdisordered.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12/2015-goals-aims.html
2016 - http://imnotdisordered.blogspot.co.uk/2015/12/2016.html
So obviously, 2017 wasn't going to be any different...!!
Photography: RJ Photography
What was one of your favourite things about 2016?
What one thing are you looking forward to in 2017?
1. Saying 'yes'
2. Lots more work with Cygnet Healthcare and Northumbria Police
1. My best-friend and the love of my life saying she'd marry me aka you, Aimee! When we went on our little adventure to Cumbria.
2. I can't wait for 2017 for more fun filled adventures with you and maybes getting the chance to work alongside you again at events!
1. Meeting you for the first time in person and the second time!
2. Lots more collaborations with you throughout 2017
Martin (Marty) Baker
1. Launch party for our book HIGH TIDE LOW TIDE!
2. Getting more involved w/ @TimetoChange & other #mentalhealth folks in 2017!
Sophie Leanne Dishman
1. Getting better in terms of my mental health.
2. Collaborating with you! We need to make it happen!
1. Getting engaged!!
2. Just living life to the fullest now that we can! Making more memories and achieving a few more milestones.
1. Celebrating the new year in my house with my fiancé looking forward to planning my wedding in September
2. Going to Florida in April
1. Still being alive
2. Continuing my journey in life
1. 2016 was the year my confidence grew, my anxiety reduced, and my recovery began.
2. Being able to take control of my life and hopefully start a career
1. Waiting for a Hospital bed
2. Staying alive