One of the kitchen appliances I got for Christmas was a panini maker/grill. First thing I made was a panini!! Soooo good, I’m really excited to grill lots of veggies. ;)
This panini was hummus, tomato, mozzarella (soy!), basil, and avocado. DELICIOUS and took 5 mins tops to make.
Until I move. I may or may not have gone onto the Sims 3 and built a house that will look like my apartment and furnished it with items that look like the ones I have/I bought.
I have officially ordered internet for my new apartment, and I have also picked up a majority of the furniture I need! Next step is to finish packing, buying, and choose a renter’s insurance plan!
Then get my car insurance transferred to me and picking a health/dental/vision plan.
After that it is just changing my address and calling all of my cards to change that address as well! I am on my way! These next 3 weeks are going to be crazy, but SO SO worth it!
I was approved for my apartment, by myself, without a cosigner, and with the minimum possible security deposit. It feels so awesome! I move at the end of the month, and shortly after begin having new teacher meetings! I can not wait to decorate my apartment and my classroom! I really could not be more thrilled with life right now!
And let’s not forget that my current camp job is also BEYOND incredible.
I am in the process of moving out this month! I have lived in this house with my parents since 2000. 12 years, minus one, my first year at MICA. The 4 years I was at Towson I lived at home, so I could work 1-2 jobs and pay for my school. This means I have no loans from Towson! This is also why, now that I have a teaching job, it is easy for me to move out on my own.
I have accumulated tons of stuff over the past 12 years though— lots of boxes of things, and even more trash bags to be thrown away/donated.
I could not be more excited to be moving out on my own though!