Hello?! 2016 is it you?

Happy 2016 🙂 

Let me start with wishing each and everyone of you a happy, blessed new year. God’s blessings to you and your family. Unlike last year when I welcomed the New Year over 200 miles away from London dancing and popping champagne; I chose to spend my New Year’s Eve this year at work; you know making that paper. 

My goals for this year involve a lot of change; good change that is. It is the year of the monkey, they say the monkey is a clever animal. It is usually compared to a smart person so I’m interested in seeing how this will work in my favour seeing as my birth year does not fall within its calculated years.

Over the past few months I’ve thought really hard about the kind of life that i want to lead; the kind memories and people that I would love to keep and share but most importantly; I have chosen to give blogging a third chance yes lately I’ve had problems with commitment and honestly the main reason for this has been down to poor organisation and a lack of direction, a sheer shame for a PMP individual.

In terms of blogging; I have been contemplating on changing the name of the blog and the target audience in order to offer more than just a destination review but to find ways of providing a place’s hidden gems. Additionally; I have been looking around and researching on how to get a better interactive webpage with lots of funky features. I have chosen to travel less this year, I have far too many family occasions to attend and personal non blogging goals to hit before the year is out. However, I might embark on discovering the UK; as it is something that I have always wanted to do but I have never really been able to due to poor time management and depending on people, but the thought of it still excites me so i might include it on 2016 travel goals.

Stay tuned this year is going to be big and different.

Any feedback and recommendations are highly welcome and appreciated.

Happy 2016!
Kyali  xoxo


Author: Melissa Kyaligamba

A young wanderer in search of knowledge, culture and memories.

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