October, In Review
Back on, what I hope to be the last, annual grind of application forms for legal vacation schemes and training contracts. the research and jotting of ideas was in full force.
Generally, October was a bit of a de-cluttering month: I got rid of the old and the unnecessary.
In more ways than one.
(I appear to have taken a lot of photos of doorways; entirely unintentional!)
I spent far too much time on:
*THE* perfect knee-high boots.
This month, many a boot was loved, tried on and consequently loathed due to unflattering baggy-ness.
However, after some forlorn moments and lots of Google searches featuring varied combinations of the phrases "knee high boot leather slim", I came across *THE* boot!
Good quality leather: check. Slim on the calf: check. A zip: check. Yes! Who'd have thought, it can all be wrapped into one and to top it all off, in the sale: check!
The boots in question are the Dune Tallister Knee-High Sock Boot. I had never bought from Dune before, but I am pleasantly surprised.
I spent too little time on:
my business idea
I don't know whether my idea is any good/is viable/is already being performed elsewhere, but I am eager to find out! It's just finding the time to do so that's the problem.
I've got the drive, just no time to exert it!
Hopefully in November.
I tried something new over on my Instagram. I don't think it was well-received, nonetheless I am proud of the post.