#Lifeupdate – Graduating & future plans

Okay so I know this is a book blog, but it is also my blog, so I am going to post about what is happening in my life right now 🙂


Earlier this week I graduated for my Bachelor’s, so now I am a Bachelor of Science, I know sounds fancy! This makes me feel really adult haha, actually it scarces me  bit. Like I am now allowed to work on a lab with no-one checking on me?! They now assume I know stuff?!

But related to this, I bought myself a present. I am now the owner of a Nikon D3400! I’m so happy I keep making pictures of the most random stuff! Mostly because I did not have time yet to make pictures for bookstagram just yet, so I have lots of flowery pictures 🙂 I’m really proud of this one:


But graduating also means it is time for some new adventure!

So my plan is to continue my study with following a master…. In Estonia. Yes I’m going to study abroad for TWO whole years, starting from September! I am scared and really excited at the same time! I will be leaving at the end of August.

Like I’m constantly thinking about what the people will be like that I meet there, how bad will my home sickness be haha, and most importantly I’m thinking about my reading.. (Priorities)! I love reading physical books over e-books, but of course I can not take my books with me, I would love to but realistically I need my suitcase space for other stuff as well. So my goal is to read most of my physical books before I leave.. I’m trying. My current physical TBR:

But I was also thinking that right now I am reading a lot, but I don’t know how much time I will have to read when I start, and how much time I want to spent on reading. I guess I will just have to get a card for the library and see what will happen. Also I need physical books for pictures for my bookstagram haha.

Okay but besides all the reading things that I keep thinking about, I’m just stressing about everything. Things like what do I pack, where do I leave my stuff that I don’t need anymore, I need to see everyone before I leave, many many more things!

And of course there are all the practical thing like where am I going to live (I have fixed this already), do I need a visum, how am I going to travel from school to home, what kind of food do they eat there (ok, but really, this is important!).


So for now I do not have more to say, but I am planning on writing more about me studying abroad. Let me know if you are interested in that?!


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Have you ever moved to another country? Did  you have a good experience?

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