My 2018 Year in Review


There's no hiding that 2018 was an eventful but bumpy year for me. At the beginning of the year, I finished my junior year of college and then, in the end, started my senior year 'across the pond.' I enjoyed reflecting on 2017 on the blog last year, so below I've put together some highlights from each month of 2018.

January - I traveled to Arizona to serve as a NCBA Convention intern.


February - I joined the Wild Keeper team and throughout the entire year found myself picking up trash and trying to be a more conscious consumer.

March - I found a new favorite local coffee shop, Copper Moon Coffee!

April - I attended the AFA Animal Institute in Kansas City, MO.

May - I began my summer internship at Redline Equipment.

June - Summer concert season began and I saw The Killers, Journey, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Nightsweats and Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit. 

July - This was a big month. I hit 100 likes on my Facebook page, accepted a Marketing Ambassador position for the 2019 NCBA Convention and had a vacation in Florida.

August - I attended Ag Media Summit in Arizona with other students from the Purdue ACT chapter.

September - I turned 22 and left for the United Kingdom.

October - I spent a day walking 18 miles to and from a small town in Wales called Borth.

November - My mom and grandma visited me in Wales and I started traveling on the weekends, starting with Belfast.

December - I ended my study abroad trip in London by doing a self-guided Mumford and Sons tour.

It was obviously a really big year for me, but in 2019 I will become a college graduate and a full-time employee at a place currently unknown; there is a lot of discovery in store for 2019.

There is also a lot of content coming your way because starting tomorrow, "Bloguary" will be in full swing! But, instead of just posting every day in January, I will be posting every single day in January and February!

If you enjoyed rewinding in 2018, check back tomorrow to look ahead at 2019.

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