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moving out!

Saturday, April 14, 2012

i finally got my own apartment- i'm so excited and i've never been more scared! (please excuse my messy hair and awful attire as i was in the process of cleaning :p) also, i said the wrong weight on here! i added .2 lbs to myself haha :p
*as i was watching this for myself i noticed that while i was talking about my weight, the song in the background is singing "i've got a perfect body, but sometimes i forget, i've got a perfect body..."
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    I'm so excited that I got to see more of your personality through this! How fun!
    Congratulations on the apartment! I think that'll be a really nice change of pace for you. My only advice is to do your best to minimize belongings. Small, cluttered spaces are stressful, but small, neat spaces are cozy.
    Is your friend/roommate one who makes healthy lifestyle choices at all? If so, this could be a really good thing!
    Speaking of which, great job on hitting one of your milestones! It's a bummer that you can't get your reward, but yeah... earbuds seem really minor in light of moving out on your own for the first time!
    Would changing the way the school pays you actually mean a higher rate of pay, or just more money per paycheck since it wouldn't be spread throughout the calendar year? If it's not actually a higher rate of pay, it seems like it'd be a lot easier to keep a budget if you keep it the way you have it now.
    I'm happy for you!!
    2141 days ago
    Congratulations on the new apartment! It may be small but at least it will be yours and you can call it cozy. Once you post pictures, we may be able to give you some decorating pointers. Think you should still be able to get a teachers license with a French degree. Hey, you can always teach French. Congratulations also on your weight loss.

    2141 days ago
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