Monday, 15 June 2015

Big News!

Hello, Hello!

As I've been hinting in my last few post I have some big news - I'm moving! As much a my flat can be nice, there are no perks to living in a basement and also there is just no room at all! So me and Prince our packing up our belongings and heading over to our very own house. 
I've had a bit of negative critisism about the area I am moving to (Splott for those who know) about how rough of an area it is etc but the way I see it my house backs onto other back-gardens and the street is pretty quiet, plus it's not like I'm going to be sat out in the street EVER so personally I really don't see the big deal. A house in the area where I live now would be double for what I've got and I'm still super close to town and ammenties. 



I think my date for moving is going to the 24th July which is such a lucky break for me as I got assigned holiday at work for 25th July for 10 days - Perfect!

I do have a few big anxieties about living alone:

1. I'm going to get lonley:
As much as I love my own company I know I will get bored at times. I actually only have a two-bedroom but maybe in the future I can find a lodger but I only really want somebody I know and can trust to not mess up my pad!

2. I'll never see my friends:
With moving out on my own I'm actually really scared my friends will all ditch me. I guess this is mostly on them and me to make an effort and for them to not forget about me! (Although I still live very close!).

3. Money:
Will I be able to afford rent (I'm renting from my mum who has bought the house - long story but we sold our old house in Devon and as spoilt as it makes me seem I am truly SO grateful that we in the position to do this!), bills and food, plus money to actually live?! Time will tell I suppose.

4. What if they're right?:
What if I do hate living in Splott? What if I get burgled? What if my neighbours are total arseholes? 'What if...' is such a stupid things anyway and I know I shouldn't let any anxieties get to me. What if...I really love it? ;)

I've already bought ALOT of major stuff and have alot coming to me from me and my mums old house we used to live in which is just sat in storage right now. Plus the previous owners are going to be leaving all white goods (I'm SO excited to own a dishwasher!) and also their shed which will be super helpful! There is also an attic room which with a little bit of tlc will be great storage. 
The main thing I need is a bed, I HATE my bed I have right now, It's one of those low down, wooden framed IKEA beds that I bash into everytime I get in or out of bed. Plus my mattress is so knackered I can never get comfy! 
I will also need to sort stuff like Xbox, curtains/blinds, internet etc but all in good time. I'm going to start off with essitials really cheap then move onto what I really want when I've got the money to spend.
As lame as it sounds I'm also super excited to get loads of new cleaning products, hand soaps etc just to start a fresh! Ok...that was super lame.

This is a huge deal for me as alot of people my age and older just float from house to house but I really can't wait to have something stable and steady to call my own for a long time with no worrying about bonds, landlord troubles and extortionate rent rates.

If anyone has any good advice or tips about moving out solo then pleaasssee get in contact as I really need all the support I can get right now! 

X

9 comments :

  1. oh wow congrats sounds so exciting! My boyfriends mum is thinking of buying so we can rent it off her too, would be great not having to worry about the landlord selling the house when you still want to live there etc! I'm sure your friends won't forget about you :)

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  2. Giiiiirl I am so pleased for you! I lived on my own for a while and it was totally fine :) Especially when you have cats for company. You are able to make the place exactly how you want to. It is such a liberating feeling, you will absolutely love it xx

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  3. I'm facing moving out (for the first time) in the very near future. It's so exciting but argh, how to afford life?

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  4. Split really isn't that bad! I personally think it more of a family are and I have come to realise if we want to rent a house that's where we will have to go! Congratulations! X

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  5. aww congratulations! I'm sure everything will work out :) Good luck with the move :)
    xx

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  6. Congratulations! Your friends will always be around, especially now you'll have an extra room! I'm sure the area willbe fine too, like you said - it's quiet!

    Tara x

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  9. You'll love having your proper own space. And we are in a same situation, the house is technically my parents as being self employed we can't get a mortgage yet, but its ours and we pay all the bills and mortgage anyway. We love having our own space its made such a difference to us.
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