I meant to write sooner, but you know how it is. Life. Doing stuff. Laziness.
I'm still settling into California--- still making friends and exploring the area, of course.
Almost every day I make a list of things that I just NEED to do. Like: pick up my packages from the post office, clean the bathroom, buy stuff on Amazon for my room.
I didn't realize how many things I needed in terms of "homegoods" until I got here. I spent a large portion of my last paycheck on pans, a tea kettle, and cooking utensils. I still need to buy a few more dinnerware items, but that'll have to wait until next pay day.
And just buying little things like food, cleaning supplies, and clothes--- I'm just like, WOAH. I really need to reasses the meaning of want vs. need.
I want a knife set, but I don't need it right now.
I need to get wifi in my room, but it's not a priority.
It's hard for me to prioritize one over the other. And I have the same mental battle for anything else I want/need.
Here's a list of things that I want/need, but haven't gotten yet because they're pretty expensive:
-A compass tattoo
-A rice cooker
-A new camera
I mean, this list is virtually infinite. But I decided to stop myself there.