Is it normal to feel old at 21? The days of youth are getting shorter, but I guess it is just a frame of mind and I should see it in a more positive light.
Sorry for the lack of posts recently, from when uni broke out for the summer break, to Christmas and New Years, time has just rocketed and gone by much too quickly.
To put all negativity aside, I couldn’t have asked for a better 21st, which revolved around one of my favourite hobbies, eating. I went on a hunt for brunch spots on a Sunday (a terrible idea), and ended up at Seoul Soul in Richmond. I also had a lovely dinner with my family and close friends and couldn’t have asked for more.
Here are a few snaps of the day.
I am deeply appreciative of the effort spent on the gifts that I received.
From L-R in a clockwise direction: Coloured contacts, Tiffany & Co necklace, Kit Beauty Blender, Larson Jennings CM in Silver, Too Faced Shadow Insurance, Kate Spade Cedar Street Dot Lacey Wallet, Dolce & Gabbana Cats Printed Purse, Mozie Make-up bag, Comme Des Garçons Coin Pouch, Josie Maran Argan Hand Cream, Dolce & Gabbana printed wallet.
I also decided to gift myself the mini Pashli in black from 3.1 Philip Lim, to celebrate me!
In the words of Tom Haverford and Donna Meagle from Parks and Recreation:
It’s the experiences which we should measure our lives in rather than a number.
Till next time