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Homeware Wishlist

Hello lovelies! We have nearly been living in our apartment for a year now, which is crazy. We haven’t really bought any homeware stuff as we’re not sure if we’re going to stay here or move somewhere else. I do think it’s time to do a Homeware Wishlist for you all – I have a lot that I want.


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Things You Don’t Realize When You Move Out

I’ve moved out of home a few weeks ago and there have been so many things that I didn’t realize you need to do when you move out – some are pros and some are cons. I don’t regret it one bit but adulting is one hard task and you will learn so many things about life that you thought you would know but you actually don’t.

Food Isn’t Cheap : I love doing the food shopping – I actually prefer it to clothes shopping which is crazy, i know! You honestly don’t realize how expensive food is especially when you have to do a food shop for a whole week rather than just bits here and there  for yourself –  even when you shop in Aldi, the price can be high.

Houses Don’t Clean Themselves : Cleaning a house is the biggest chore and your mum or dad isn’t there to do it anymore. You are much better to do it daily than to leave it a few days as you will have a hell of a load of stuff to clean. I’ve realized that if you get into a routine, it’s so much better.

You Need To Pay For Electricity : Electricity is probably the biggest bill you will have in a house and it’s not good. You can’t just ignore the bills either so you do need to put money away. The realization of bills are probably the worst thing of the whole lot but it is a part of life.

IKEA and Buy & Sells Are Your Best Friend : To save money to furnish your new place these are probably the two best and cheapest of the lot. IKEA will be a god send when you need anything from cutlery, beds and all that kind of stuff. Buy & Sells can be good for second hand things like desks, sofa’s and whatever else. This is something I realized so early on as things are expensive.

These are just a few things I have learnt over the past couple of weeks. If you have moved out and learnt other things – let me know in the comments below as I would love to hear you’re thoughts on the whole realization after moving out of home.

Love, Bee ox