I've got mixed feelings about this - I'm feeling a bit disappointed right now since my two year blog 'anniversary' was actually on June 15th and I missed it!
I'm also incredibly pleased that two years on my blog is still here, getting visits and I'm still writing for it.
Over this time I've written about fitness, music, social media, job hunting, spinning, horse riding, weight loss, love, friendship, family, relationships, books, the theatre, films, poetry, art, culture, beauty, short stories and lots more.
If I leave it too long a gap to update the blog I soon hear about it, people notice and complain they've missed reading my posts.
When I first started writing this I was looking to get a new job and move on from my old company. Now I've nearly been at my current company for two years.
Two years ago when I sat down and started to pour my feelings out I was feeling pretty fed up. Tonight sitting here blogging (on my phone) I'm feeling a bit sad and shameful.
Of late I've had a few 'issues' in my life - both work wise and in my personal life. I've not been feeling great if I'm honest. However tonight I decided to tune into a TV documentary on BBC called Lifesavers.
You know when you lose a loved one or get some shocking news about someone close to you?
This program has had the same impact. Put things into perspective. Life is too short.
There is a 17 year old girl on here with a completely smashed hip and pelvis. Now there is a young man who got smashed over the head with a hammer and is not responding after a long period of time and the prognosis 'isn't hopeful'.
It's so true you really don't appreciate what you've got until it's gone in life.
I hate to be so sombre in mood and so serious. But I also feel this is a reality check opportunity too, something I think I've probably needed lately.
So on that note I am going to go back to focussing on these inspiring people in the NHS and try to stop whinging quite so much!
Here's to another year of blogging and some more thoughtful and less whiney posts!