It is finished!!!!!!!!!!!
The masters in psychotherapy. It was a beast but also basically the best thing I ever did (other than live in a tent on a hippy island for 3 months and meet Curtis 🙂 ).
I can’t believe it is over after a year and a half of studying like a demon. I moved to Sydney just to do this course and it was the craziest most amazing roller coaster ever.
Starting with a trip to the salon (HA that makes me sound so fancy when in reality I think it’s the first time I’ve sat in the hair salon?! My sis cuts my hair usually)… It was made less fancy by my taking the bus to my hair appointment. Am I the only one who really likes public transport? (When it is on time that is 😉 ). I love to just space out and read and think about everything in my life/a bunch of random stuff with no other obligations.
As part of my reward for finishing my masters Curtis treated me to a girls salon day (he is a keeper 🙂 ).
The finished product. They did a keratin treatment and straightened every inch of my afro situation and it was quite the business. My friend didn’t recognise me later on so I guess they did a good job.
(Note my garmin because I am still obsessed).
This was my lunch because an acai bowl is basically ice cream and who doesn’t want ice cream for lunch?!
And an afternoon walk at my favourite spot and a sunbeam in my eye.
Later we had a beautiful dinner party that my lovely friend threw for me. I am too spoiled I know. Here she was giving us an education on the epicness that is Persian food.
I met these beautiful ladies in group therapy as part of our course and let me tell you that is quite the intimate way to meet someone 😉
The glorious feast.
I am a lucky girl/PSYCHOTHERAPIST 🙈🎉
Now to find me some clients…
How did you celebrate your graduation? -My uni only holds a graduation ceremony once a year but I feel like we more than made up for it 🙂
Is your hair naturally curly or straight? -Mine is a curly beast.
Love or hate public transport? LOVE