After allowing myself to get stuck in a rut for far too long, I've finally found my ambition and personality again. Only now am I really appreciating the full extent of christmas time in London. If you take the time to take it all in you also realise how much there is to do. Only just yesterday did I witness a truly magical rendition of the Nutcracker. It was performed by the English National Ballet and was an absolute masterpiece. The incredible talent showcased in the production left me day dreaming. Day dreaming of a life where I was the lead ballet dancer in such a beautiful piece. The way the live orchestra put me into a lull of happiness, it left me feeling oh so content. It makes you think, well it makes me think at least.
I realise that life is completely what you make it, it's truly as simple as that. Even if things aren't going as you've planned or you've become stuck in a rut, as long as you believe in your mind that things will get better, they eventually will head that way. I am only going up with things at the moment, starting tomorrow when I jet off to the land of the Swiss. Experiencing a traditional European white Christmas, yes please? Switzerland has become one of my many second homes, it goes along with London and Paris, so I figured it would only be natural to spend my time there.
Another thing about maintaining a positive outlook on life is to actually have an outlook on life. I've just had the wonderful realisation that I have so much ahead of me. I've conjured up the grandest plans for the next however many years and it keeps me pushing myself forward, to reach those goals. I understand in advance that my dreams come with an immense amount of hard work and dedication. But I cannot help but be ecstatic about the times ahead and where in the world they could possibly lead me.
Have you ever heard that saying, 'laughing is contagious', well I'm hoping the Cheshire Cat grin on my face is too because I can't stop smiling. Enjoy your happy moments in life with those around you that you hold nearest and dearest, it will spread. So on that note ladies and gentleman, I bid you goodnight (or good morning depending on which side of the hemisphere you reside).
Stay merry, and until next time.