This will be the last round-up of 2015, it has been a fab year. Who would have thought when I wrote my 2014 review my life would have changed how it has. My career has taken a complete turn about, not something I ever thought would happen. But it has, it was all a shock at the time, it still is sometimes. But now I have the luxury of having time to work on my blog and be there after school for the boys.
Moving forward this year I will not have to stress about who has the boys on inset days, and in August when I had to go back to work and the boys were still enjoying their summer. I fact this year to celebrate we may well go on holiday at the end of August, I haven’t been able to do this in years. Instead I was sat through hours or training seminars. This year I will be living it up somewhere amazing.
We have had the most wonderful time with Q Hotels, met so many amazing people and had some incredible adventures. We have many exciting plans ahead and can’t wait for our 2016 Q journey.
We have had the best year traveling as a family and have visited lots of amazing locations in the UK. Had the time of our lives in Orlando and the Caribbean, and created the most wonderful memories as a family; We have laughed so much and shared some incredible moments. And that is exactly what I love about my blog, it is all recorded, the boys can look back at it at any time.
I have recorded those little things that time helps you forget. They are immortalised in these pages, our little adventures together.
The London Bridge challenge for us was a celebration of managing a difficult and life changing condition. That was our way of saying, yes diabetes can be a pain, but it has not beat us, has not ruined Jacks life, just changed it.
And being shortlisted in the Bibs, a finalist in the Mads and winning the Next Bloggers Network Family Blogger Award has all been the icing on an amazing cake. I honestly have to keep pinching myself, I have loved the whole of 2015. In one way or another it has all been a crazy adventure, even the not so good turned out well in the end.
I go into 2016 with a little uncertainty, but heaps of enthusiasm and excitement about what lies ahead. I have a few exciting things planned, but other than that no real expectations, because in honestly I have no idea what the future holds. This has never happened to me before as I am such a planner and organiser. But it feels exciting and strangely liberating, the world is my oyster it is all down to me to make the most of the year ahead.