2015 Review


Happy New Year to all my bloggy friends from all corners of the world. I hope you all saw in the New Year in style and wish you all an absolutely fabulous 2016!

Due to some unforeseen circumstances I spent New Year’s Eve watching Netflix at home with my boyfriend and our cat, but it was actually quite nice to have a quiet one for a change. I think I must be getting old!

2015 has been a bit of a strange year for me. I’ve had some tough times, but there were plenty of good times as well. I’ve moved house which is never much fun, but I am loving my little sea change now Summer has arrived.

I’ve worked incredibly hard at university, but all that hard work is finally starting to feel like it’s paying off. I’m now well over half way through my BA in Internet Communications! I am currently enjoying a well-deserved break until March and am doing a very good job at catching up on my naps and Netflix.

And, finally, my blog has been so rewarding over the past 12 months. I have ‘met’ so many kind, clever and caring people through this humble little blog. It’s hard to believe that Scatterbooker started out as an assignment just over a year ago. I’ve learned a lot about myself and an untold amount of bookish and social media things in 2015 and it’s all thanks to you guys.

I’ve had some periods where life and uni got the better of me last year and that meant I wasn’t able to blog as much as I would like. So, the only thing close to a resolution I will be making this year is: spend more time blogging. Besides from that, I will continue to be just as fabulous as I was last year.

Thank you all for being your fabulous selves!


19 thoughts on “2015 Review

    • Thank you, Barbara. I’m definitely not a blogging expert, but I do have some blogging/social media type blog posts in the works. The best part of blogging, though, is there are no rules. Just be yourself, blog about what feels right for you, and chat to as many people as you can. Happy New Year’s!


  1. Mwah, Jade! You’ve been a FABULOUS bloggy and otherwise online chum this year, and your delightful warm and friendly personality shines through all you do!!!

    Hey, get used to the in-with-Netflix evenings… they ain’t so bad (though admittedly I might not have wanted to spend NYE like that when I was your age, either!!!).

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    • Thank you, Terry. I can’t even begin to describe how important your friendship has been to me last year. You always manage to make me smile, endlessly help me with typos and editing, and all kinds of help with uni and bloggy matters! YOU ARE FABULOUS IN EVERY WAY!!. Here’s to an amazing 2016!!

      Oh, and Netflix and New Years actually wasn’t too bad for a change 🙂 It was hot and my boyfriend did something ouchy to his back so it was for the best. And it was the first time I’d actually watched the fireworks for a while! xx


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