June was, as always, a good month. It meant the end of lockdown for everyone in France, so I got to see my friends again and to spend some time in Paris (while social distancing and still being extra careful). It also meant the end of the school year, so I got the say goodbye to my students and I learned that I’ll now have a permanent job in my school forever, which was the best news ever. Finally it meant the start of summer vacations and though they’re different this year because of COVID-19 and lots of my plans have been cancelled, I am still ready to enjoy this break as best and as safe as I can.
Without further ado, here is my June wrap-up!
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May has been a weird month. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still completely fine and I celebrated being anxiety and depression free for six months now. The thing is that because of my 30 books in 30 days challenge in April I was in a total reading slump and it was hard to get out of it. Also lots of responsibilities came back, some bad adult news, the lockdown was over and I had to get back to work at the end of May… This month was all over the place, but at least I made it out alive and I’m still as happy as ever.
Without further ado, here is my may wrap-up!
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You probably forgot who I am by now. I mean, I never was consistent when it came to post on here but recently, I just completely disappeared. Do I have a good reason? Well, kind of. First of all, March has been a very stressful month for me: between university, busy weekends, events every week and all, it was hard for me to keep my head straight. I was anxious 24/7, never got to rest and ended up completely losing my mind. Second of all, I finally went to the hospital to talk about what’s wrong and even though I already knew that my cyclothymia was getting out of hand once again, we discovered that I was suffering from an eating disorder and OCDs. Even though it felt good to know, it was hard at first to get used to the idea, and also to get used to the fact that I will have to spend at least a month at the hospital soon to get better. So… This is kinda why I disappeared.
Even though I wasn’t really in the mood to write again on here, I couldn’t miss a wrap-up blog post, mostly because I love keeping a track of everything that happened each month and because it makes me feel good to re-read them from time to time, to see all the good things that happened to me and that I can do it. I somehow want to work on my blog again, so we’ll see how it’ll go in April, but during March I did nothing: I didn’t track what I watched, didn’t answer to comments, didn’t read as many blog posts as I used to do, and for this I am sorry. Anyway, let’s go back to business.
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