Moving / Life Lessons

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Hello there! I am finally getting settled - slowly, but surely - in the new home. Optimistic/unrealistic me thought I would have it all done & ready within a day of the move, but nope. Here we are, one week later and still surrounded by boxes and dust. Kind of what my mind feels like currently, too.

Two major lessons I have learned this move: 1) I'd much rather move abroad than move a 10-minute walk away (there's something easy about being forced to get rid of everything except for two suitcases full of stuff). And 2) my life is nothing without an internet connection. Sad, but true. 'They' say "home is where you automatically connect to wifi"... well, yeah. I always thought it was a bit of a lame quote, but I can relate now. I sure like spending my times in cafes and bars - always a good excuse to spend money on food & drinks - but I definitely miss being able to scroll through my Insta feed, check up on Facebook happenings or, you know, doing a little binge watching ("How to get away with murder" is my current jam).

On Wednesday I will be back to normal life aka online life, because then I'll finally have an internet connection at home and my monthly data restarts then (which is currently maxed out). Oh, first world problems hey.