Oh September, you were an interesting month.

It began in New York. We spent the first day of the month walking across the Brooklyn Bridge, eating World famous pizza and riding the Staten Island Ferry to see Lady Liberty. I was the happiest I’ve been in a long time.

Then we came home and everything kind of went down hill from there.

I’ve returned from my holiday, which can only mean one thing: another Travel Diary series!! ✈️✈️✈️

Last time I went to New York I managed to write a post for everyday we were there. I’d like to do this again but I may end up combining the last few days into one post as we took those days a lot slower. We’ll just have to wait and see!

Also, I don’t think this series will be as photo heavy as the last one New York one was. I don’t know why but neither of us felt like taking many pictures. We were just too busy living in the moment, and being present, as cheesy as that sounds. It made a lovely change.

It’s been an entire year since I passed my driving test (first time, I might add), and I can’t begin to explain how much of a difference having a licence and owning a car has made to my life.

Today, to celebrate exactly a year to the date that I got my pink licence, I’ve compiled a list of 25 things that I’ve learned in my first year of driving and owning a car…