A newly discovered source of contentment for me has been drinking my coffee on the floor of my living room in my underwear. Sitting alone on the floor is like peeling off another protective layer. I don’t have to be a real person.
Downsizing side effects include, but are not limited to: a strong, drama-free circle, a more positive work environment, reciprocal and genuine relationships, less noise in your ear, and a decent career plan filled only with options that make your heart come alive.
Your apartment is yours and nobody can take that away from you. No one else’s opinion matters, because you are the Lord and nobody rules above you (unless your new pet is a cat).
This string of bad roommates did not just “happen” to me. It was not a random series of events. Everything that happened was the result of my own karma.
Download Boomerang and schedule out emails. It will save your life.
Your room is a disaster zone. BUT it’s not a disgusting disaster zone. It’s still (surprisingly) hygienic in its clutter and chaos.
It was the epitome of your pre-adulting phase.
Leave a candle in your bathroom just in case, and have some around to make sure that your place always smells like a place where you would want to be. There’s nothing worse than a stinky house.
If I provided any context here, it would sound like I’m complaining. And no one likes complainers. What people DO like is relevant advice. At least I do. So if you’re thinking of moving, approaching a move or interested in maturing, keep reading.
I lived in Minnesota for about 10 years of my life and I’m now in Wisconsin and loving it!