Didn’t think there’d be any more stuff? Guess again!!
I went over a few things previously, but there’s so much to take into consideration. Some of this is getting into super nitty-gritty detail, and it really depends on whether or not these things would affect you. Everyone’s got their own style of what can be raggedly rich, and what can’t, and only you know what that is.
Ah, travel. Be it extended, short, for vacation, or a few weeks or a couple months, it’s always an adjustment.
What to expect? You never really know how a place is going to be until you get there / have been there before, but there’s a lot of things you can think about proactively that’ll make the experience less surprising, and less stressful. And, likely, marginally more enjoyable, if you’re adverse to unpleasant surprises, like I am. Though, if you’re less anal and particular than I am, you’ll probably find the experience easier anyways.
Here’s some questions Ms. Raggedly Rich always asks when subletting / renting / being billeted:
I’ve travelled a lot. For school, for work, briefly for a relationship, and sometimes for pleasure. And some of those occurred during awful, and physically difficult times.
This foot happened 2-weeks into my 8-week trip across Europe; first four weeks backpacking alone, and then four weeks with my family in Poland. I got the aircast in Poland, and the two weeks before that air-cast were the most painful, challenging, and difficult weeks of my life (because of more than just the foot). I call it my Euro-Trip from Hell for a reason.
But there were some things that I found invaluable while I was over there, and I have used / continue to use.
I had a guest post over at The Frugal Gene today!
Lily makes the best graphics
I spend my fair share of time on a bike during contracts, and I’ve collected a series of tips and tricks I use on those daily commutes.
It’s not as hard as you might think it is. Head on over whether you’re a beginning or an expert (and stay for the blog!).
I’m 26 years old, and I live with my parents. And guess what? I absolutely love it.
There’s a lot of factors that have influence my decision to live with my parents.
I have the means to live on my own, but for a myriad of reasons, I hunker down in my childhood bedroom and have nightly dinners with my folks as often as I can.
Getting your foot in the door is a pretty important in the arts world, and I think I’ve finally managed to start doing that in a meaningful way after two and a half years. I graduated University in 2014, and have been working (mostly) steadily in the arts, meaning: three to five contracts a year, of varying quality, and joe-jobs to fill the in-between time.