I’ve been here for a month now and I feel like I still haven’t settled in, it’s weird. I know my way around however everything’s still very unfamiliar and strange to me. Can’t remember feeling like this last year, hm.
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I’ve been in the house for over a week now. It slowly feels like home. I know how to walk to the closest post office & to the nearest big supermarket. The other day I found out where the closest train station is and on rainy days I know which bus to get on to get there. It’s not far but it’s about 25 minutes walking distance from the house. Getting to uni is really easy, I’m still trying to find the quickest, most convenient way to get there. I might be able to get a second-hand bicycle as the bus is always late in the morning.
Made a good deal today. Bought a nice coffee machine, which used to be 70 pounds but I got it for 20! It comes with 2 ceramic cups and it also makes hot chocolate. It’s exactly what I needed in our kitchen! No more spending money at Starbucks every morning or gagging on disgusting instant coffee…
Day 1 has gone fine. My housemates are nice but I notice more and more that we’re actually very different. I’m older which might be a reason too. I think I will be more of a loner, doing more stuff with people from my course or people I know in London than with my housemates. I feel a bit lonely and I miss my boyfriend.
- This could come in handy. I might have to stop by IKEA once I’m in London.
- A friend of mine told me that she found cheap, wonderful curtains at Urban Outfitters. They were on sale.
- I might go to a couple of flee markets to save money
This will be harder than I expected. I stayed in my new room for a night and hated it so much. Everything is old. The bed is uncomfortable. The curtains are too small and narrow for the huge window. There are little holes in the wardrobes. The furniture is creaky and pretty useless… And I’m paying £390 per month for that… I keep telling myself that it’s only for a year but it breaks my heart.
In September I’m moving into a cute little house somewhere in Greater London. It will be for a year. I’m planning to move again next year but I still have time to think about that.
I did some Internet research and googled where the closest post office was. My entire family not living in UK, my boyfriend being in the US, the post office is going to be the most important place for me. Luckily, it’s only half a mile from the house.
I also figured out which bus stops are the closest, not having a car and all that. Uni is about 40 minutes walking distance and I figured that I won’t be walking all the way to uni during the winter. No bus will stop immediately in front of my school but I found one that stops 15 minutes walking distance from uni, which is OK!
The closest station is a 20-minute walk. Not great but it’s OK. I only need to find out if the trains that leave from that station go into Central London.