My Favourite Instagram Posts of the Week 12/2/17

Instagram Roundup

Hi guys,

How’s your week been? Mine’s been great! A week off really does do wonders when you take it to sit back, relax and just stop for a minute. I have a really bad habit of filling weeks off and breaks from uni with all sorts of stuff, then end up really busy and don’t really have a week off, just a week without uni instead. This week started out like that, but I forced myself to keep the diary empty for the past few days, and my God what a difference it makes to be able to have a few days to just wake up and know you don’t have to be anywhere. It’s fabulous!

I’ve used that time to mull a few things over and do some research. For a while now I’ve been considering taking a year about between my Undergraduate and Masters and spend some time travelling. I’m still young, especially for a singer, and so I feel that I do have the opportunity to take the time out and break away from my studies without it hurting my progress. I haven’t decided yet whether I definitely will or will not do this, but I like keeping my options open and being prepared, just in case.

All this thinking about travel has led to a wee bit of a theme running through my favourites on Instagram this week. Hope you enjoy!

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Lights after lights ✨ (📷: @dorpell)

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I’ve been putting a lot of thought into perhaps slow travelling through France, Spain and Italy, enjoying little streets and alcoves in cities, just like this one.

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I’d prefer to perhaps stay off the beaten path a little, staying in quaint little towns out of the way rather than in the middle of cities.

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I feel that these little towns would give me the opportunity to see if living in quiet little villages is for me, as I’ve always liked the idea of living in a smaller village in Scotland when I grow up.

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That being said, I wouldn’t turn my nose up at city living if I could figure out a way to afford it.

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A road trip along the Amalfi Coast is a must at some point. It’s just so glamorous!

Any ideas, guys? Yay or nay on the year out? Any tips from people who done so?

 

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