My new place

I’m not gonna lie…I did cry earlier on when I got dropped off here. About ten minutes after my grandad left, I was curled up in my chair sobbing “I just wanna go home!”, but after cooking some dinner and meeting one of my flatmates, I’m feeling much better. I’ve even begun setting up my room!

You don’t have to say it, I know you love my duvet cover.
Tea, pandas and books all on one shelf…perfection. 

Thank you for all of your support these past couple of days. You guys have really made me feel a lot better about moving! I promise I’m gonna be catching up in the next couple of days.


17 thoughts on “My new place

  1. Crying is natural.. I swear I cry every time if I have to visit family in Estonia because at first I don’t want to go but then I cry because I don’t want to leave… doing my own head in sometimes 😂 Hope the day has been good for you overall and all the best in the new place and at Uni 😉💖


    1. Thank you ❤ ❤ I feel a little sheepish for freaking out like I did, but the amount of support and good wishes I've received has really made all the difference ❤


    1. Thank you ❤ ❤ ❤ I'm taking your advice and just taking it one day at time, as it comes ❤ I've met most of my flatmates now and they seem super nice. We ate breakfast and lunch together in the kitchen today so hopefully that's a good sign of things to come. Thank you so much for your support, I really appreciate it ❤ ❤ ❤


    1. Thank you! It’s a brilliant of cozy and spacious. Cozy enough to feel like home, but spacious enough to store all my things (of which there was A LOT!) 🙂


    1. Yes, it is! I saw it and I couldn’t resist. It’s so cute and weird and colourful! ❤ It's certainly given my room a bit of character 😀 Thank you so much ❤ I'm doing better than I thought I would, to be honest. It just goes to show…nothing is ever as bad as I think it's going to be 😛 ❤

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  2. Cozy corner! The very first time I got my own small house, completely by myself, with no roommates, it was terrifying!! I was lucky that when I was in an apartment before that it was with people I already knew. Did you get along with the flatmate you met? I hope things go well! ❤

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    1. I had my own apartment in Japan and I agree, it is terrifying when there’s suddenly no one there! Especially at night when you start hearing strange noises 😛
      I was lucky in my second and third year of my undergraduate degree because I lived with my friends. It’s nice living with people you know because you already know their habits and their likes and dislikes and what not. It’s daunting starting over with new people!
      I’ve met all my flatmates except one (and we’re not actually 100% sure if she’s moving in, to be honest) and they all seem lovely! We’ve been chatting over meals in the kitchen and I went along to a welcome talk with one of my flatmates yesterday and did a bit of socialising. So far, so good ❤

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      1. It really is! I made the mistake one night of watching one of the Amityville Horror movies late at night in the dark by myself lol. It is daunting to start over with new people too!

        This update is great news though! Sounds like it is going well. ❤

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