Highlights of 2014 in photographic review.
There’s nothing like ending a year with a reminder of all the amazing things you’ve done in the past twelve months. I’m a student. And with that I often feel constantly restricted. I can’t do anything because I’m constantly broke. I can’t go anywhere because I’m either in school, or working to pay for school’s expenses. I constantly feel like being in school creates such a boring and mundane lifestyle for myself. But going through all the highlights of my year is a reminder of not only how blessed I am to have the life I live, but that they’re full of so many experiences I wouldn’t want to change for the world. Because as much as being a student restricts you, it also provides so many crazy, unorthodox, but amazing experiences.
And these experiences can be so small: playing boardgames on a Tuesday night, the joys (and struggles) of roommates, parties, friends.
And even those who aren’t students, maybe the year didn’t go as planned (they never do), but there’s still so many amazing experiences that occurred during the year that are unforgettable.
So I went through some of my photos and highlighted some of my most memorable moments of the year.
The Winter Classic, frostbite and unbearably cold weather
Mont Tremblant (Montreal), and pretty Valentine’s Day flowers
Steve Aoki comes to a house party at my school, filming trailers, and breaking my car…
Cards Against Humanities, birthday celebrations, and our South Korean subletter goes back to the motherland.
Third year is over.
SUMMER. Nature Walks, City and Colour Concerts, Drunken nights in Toronto, in Barrie, and home.
Poolside, track meets, lots of sangria, baseball games, concerts (Arctic Monkeys)
More Toronto nights, more pools, more track
roadtrips to Montreal, CONCERTS, art museums, trips to Wolfe Island, and end-of-summer goodbyes
back to school. Keggers, birthdays, homecoming, more concerts – Riotfest
avada kedavra bitches
my birthday, and more concerts
snow, Christmas, birthdays, home.
I always like looking through my pictures throughout the year. It’s the perfect end-of-the-year reminder of all the good things that have happened over the year. Even if you think the year wasn’t the greatest, those pictures highlight all the reasons why the year is never really as bad as you think it was. In fact, it’s a reminder of how great the year really was – despite any setbacks or downfalls that may have occurred.
Good things always happen within the year and it’s important to think about those.
Enter 2015 with a wave of positivity.