I’ve done so much in my absence from the blog. Let me do a quick rundown of the things I’ve been doing in addition to university.
The closer and closer I get to moving out of my parents' house, the more surreal it feels. Kinda like it's not even me, ya know? I've wanted to live in a tiny house for so long, well over 5 years now, and this is the most cost-effective way to do so. An outright homeowner at 24. It may not be glamorous looking, but it's way more space than I'm used to, so let me bask in this. Gonna make this little abode as low waste as possible. #zerowaste #vegan #tinyhouse #camperliving
I’ve attempted NaNoWriMo.
I’ve settled in- especially with organizing my wardrobe.
#Friendsgiving in addition to the standard thanksgiving.
I’ve also decorated my new home with a holiday tree! (among other things)
My new Christmas tree! I found the tree and a small box of tiny super vintage ornaments for a grand total of $1.25. I also added some ribbon I already had and a few knick knacks I already owned to mix it up. My tree topper? A mini mobile suit figure. 😅 #zerowaste #goingzerowaste #thrifting #camperliving #gundam #christmas #decorating #christmastreee
In other news, I bought a leather repair kit, so I’ll be mending the wear points on my Gucci bag and reviewing said kit. I’ve also ordered the edging material to repair the handles of my Henri Bendel Jetsetter Convertible Backpack, so I look forward to sharing a tutorial on that as well. If we can mend our own things, we can extend the lives of them, which I find incredibly important. Remind me to show you how to make a hand rolled seam as well so you can mend damaged scarf edging on your own.
I’ve also restarted following a budget this month. so far, so good!
How was your November?