VERY GOOD THINGS

VERY GOOD THINGS

In an effort to keep my positivity, and work on my depression, I’m trying to realign myself with the good things! I’m going to try and do a weekly list of the good things, from the previous week. 

  • My husband and our cat babies. Despite all three of them taking all the bed always, they’re the best.
  • Friends that are blindly supportive, no matter what. My ride and die crew who I love so much.
  • This week I dyed my husband’s hair grey and it looks so good, I could just die. šŸ˜
  • Avocado bagels, with nooch and hymalean sea salt. 
  • I walked a 5k, which isn’t that impressive, but it was fun and it was beautiful. 
  • Discovering Macy’s takes PayPal, IN STORE. Hello new sunglasses!
  • The sun is finally shining! It’s starting to warm up, so no more socks at night!
  • Flonase and Allegra, hay fever bye-bye. 
  • A fully cleaned room! Deep cleaning sucks, but the results are so amazing. Nothing like the smell of clean sheets.


What are you grateful for this week?

24.4.2017

24.4.2017

Today was a great day. We don’t get them often, but F and I had a lovely date day. Because of our current living situation, we are literally smack dab in the woods. This being the case, means going out for a meal, or doing… anything… is almost impossible. It has to be a conscious effort, to get out of the house and leave, to do something for a day. Because of this, there is no longer any room for spontaneity.

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April Shopping Crushes

April Shopping Crushes

No I didn’t purchase these item, instead they are saved in a lovely bookmark folder for “to buy later”. I consider myself pretty frugal as a person. My husband would likely disagree, but honestly if he even realized half the stuff I save as a “for later” buy, he would change his tune. I’m overwhelming obsessed with lapel pin collecting, so there’s going to be more than one, here and future. Sorry if you hate lapel pins! Here are some of my favorite saves for the month.

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Limbo

Limbo

This time last year, we packed up our beautiful life in San Francisco, naively believing that we’d be moving to England (my husband’s home country) shortly after. We moved in with my parents, as a sort of temporary stopping point. Problem is a year later,we are still here. I think parts of both of us thought it would be this easy process, first world country, to first word country. Well it has not been. It’s actually be a sort of disaster, that’s lead to a real slump of both of our moods.

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Hello.

Hello.

My name is Goblin.

Ok not really, but thats what you can call me. Iā€™m a twenty something, cat mother & wife [insert something mushy about spouses here]. I am a major vegan junk food enthusiast. I love to cook, even if my other half wishes he didnā€™t have to stomach it. I am completely obsessed with interior design, even if my eyes are bigger than my wallet. I love setting myself unrealistic goals, just for the fun of thinking about it. I am by no means a professional writer. I didnā€™t even finish college (art school drop out). If my grammar is a mess, I wouldn’t be shocked, so neither should you, but I am always open to corrections!

My life is kind of a mess, but itā€™s mine and I wouldnā€™t really change it at all. Currently we are mid moving from California to England, in the most drawn out process, my naive self was not prepared for. This blog is to be an outlet for all the major transitions at hand. But to be clear from the start, I love my life, I am so happy and grateful itā€™s mine. Unfortunately for all my friends and family, Iā€™m just kind of a bumbling disaster of a person figuring it out.