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On reflection, I look silly with straight hair, don't I? I didn't do it myself anyway, it was my hairdresser! Merely to make putting layers in my hair easier.
So, yesterday involved a trip to said hairdresser (who is lovely, minus the straightening), and general pottering. Got to be honest I've done the bare minimum of work since I've been back, and have just been lazing around. I don't mind though, it's nice to relax and I am very good at it if I do say so myself.
Two extremely good things have come of this Easter holiday, though (so far!): I passed my maths and physics module from semester one of uni! Halle-frickin-lujah. I am beyond awful at maths and physics, but I'm so proud I passed that module. This means, so far, no resits in summer! Second good thing to happen, is that I got an interview! Eeeep. It's on tuesday, honestly I'm quite looking forward to the chance to prove myself. Keep your fingers crossed for me, ladies and gents!
This week will be lovely, I honestly can't wait. I've been missing a certain Manc lad very much this week (soppy old me), and I'm meeting up with him after my interview on tuesday, and spending a few days with him in Liverpool. So excited to be in his company again :)
So, safe to say these past few weeks have been genuinely, really positive for me. I didn't think I'd be saying such a thing if I'm honest, I've been stuck in the rut of being low for well over a year, and finally things are looking up for me. It makes you appreciate the little things so much more. I've just got my mits on the latest issue of Glamour, and it has a great little feature on Depression, and it's effects on young women. I think it's great Glamour raised awareness, because I "suffered in silence" (so to speak) for about a year, and only got help when I came to uni. For anyone else who is feeling abit down in the dumps, and has been doing for longer than a fortnight, please go and see your doctor, you've no idea the help they can give you. Personally, I think I'm nearly at the stage where I can be more independent, be it (hopefully) getting a job, and maybe even considering stopping going to counselling. It'll be a huge step in my life, I tell you that!
It's so strange, and lovely, how things can turn around.