Return Of The Budd

I am BACK! For those that used to follow The Radical Diaries, I HAVE MISSED YOU – and for the new readers, hopefully I can entertain/inspire you to milk the udder of life.

I stopped writing in 2016 after one of my best friends passed away. We came up with the idea of this blog together, and to be totally honest I didn’t feel like I wanted to continue creating content without him right by my side. With it approaching two years since his passing, I feel like now I want to dedicate this space to him. I’ve grown so much in what seems like such a short space of time, I’ve adapted, explored and opened my mind to what it really means to live. Guys – our days are numbered, we need to make everything we do count and by this I don’t mean living in your overdraft (holla) to do extravagant things every weekend but to organically and purposefully grab your life with both hands. Without being the most cliché girl on the internet, YOU ARE THE MASTER OF YOUR OWN DESTINY, and if you look where you are right now, you got yourself there.

As most of you know, my main purpose of The Radical Diaries was to complete my bucket list, this still stands, and I’ve even added some brand spanking new challenges on there for good measure. I also want this to be a space I can talk to you about things that matter to me, everyday happenings and maybe (if you’re lucky) a few drunken tales. I’ve removed all of my old posts (which was strangely therapeutic) and I’m ready to grab 2018 by the balls! I’ve decided I want my life to be a testimony to the fun and excitement that can be found in spontaneous living – I’m going to push myself to do as many cool, weird, exciting, challenging things as I can and document it right here (warts and all). Hopefully I can encourage you to live in a way that inspires you to find out who you are uniquely made to be and what you are uniquely designed to do. This personal blog is going to be my way of telling my on-going story until everything on this list is checked off – feel free to join me! When I look back on my life, I want to remember the fulfilling things I did, and all the times I worked harder to make each memory stand out. Here goes…


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