Come On In: A Photo Journey Inside the Home of My Early Retirement Journey
Welcome back to My Early Retirement Journey! Where I come from (unspecified country), when you've been friends with someone for awhile, it's expected that you will spend equal amounts of time in each other's home. One of one and not enough of the other and someone is quickly offended. Besides how can you get to know someone if you've never been invited into their home. Personally an invitation to someone's home moves a relationship from casual to personal on the way to close.
In this community where we openly talk about the once taboo topic of personal finance, how then have I not let you peer into my personal space. I've been blogging for about 3 months now, so it seems fitting. Here it is- my humble home in all its ordinary glory. Come on in!
Photo Journey (photos taken May 2018)
|Outside my apartment building. I live in one of the apartments without a balcony.|
|Bed when I woke up this a.m. Nightstand = storage container|
|Swivel tv stand.|
|Armchair I sweat together one summer. From Target (no affiliate).|
|Kitchen. Dishes air drying. Single girl Cheerios dinner from last night.|
|Missed trash day on Thursday. Backpack from overnight stay in Maryland. Toaster oven, no regular oven.|
|Stacked appliances. Miss the old non HE washer. Have to air out detergent compartments, otherwise mold.|
|Laundry mountain. Empty Crockpot box.|
|Shower recently cleaned for houseguest.|
|Closet and empty hangers from clothes that need to be put away. Also no dresser, just use closet shelves.|
|Yay, mostly empty laundry basket. See laundry mountain.|
|Mostly clean kitchen. Sometimes I brush in the kitchen sink.|
|The opposite end of my apt visible from bed.|
|Pretty much same vantage point.|
|On the other side of the swivel tv stand. Sorry these are out of order. Don't know how to re-roder them without re-uploading everything individually. I'll do better next time.|
|My dressing area, where I sit to get ready in the mornings.|
That's it folks.That's also what $910/mon gets you in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. I hope you enjoyed the tour. Tune in again next time!
Coming soon: A photo journey behind closed doors. My Early Retirement Journey opens her cabinet and closet and fridge doors 😁!
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