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New Job, New Bedding, New Notebooks

So, I’m going to pre-apologise for going completely awol during my Mellow Monday posts. I know I had 2 left to go but a lot happened and I kind of got super distracted. As the title suggests, I did get a new job, and for the last few months it’s been a mixture of preparing …

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Debt Update Part One

Financial peace isn’t the acquisition of stuff. It’s learning to live on less than you make, so you can give money back and have money to invest. You can’t win until you do this. –Dave Ramsey I know from my post https://elizalilysmiles.blog/2019/01/03/lets-just-be-honest-for-a-second-i-think-im-addicted-to-spending/ I mentioned that I was going to do a quarterly update, but I’ve …

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Museum trips in Amsterdam!

Something I found really calming whilst on holiday was visiting the museums. The above is from the Rijksmuseum and I have to say, it was just incredible to experience it. The exhibits were really interesting – the layout and the vast expanse of them. I also enjoyed the app available which allowed you to have …

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Let’s just be honest for a second – I think I’m addicted to spending

I initially started writing this post January last year with the fact that I am addicted to spending money. I will find ways to buy things that I don’t need, or I will bulk by things unnecessarily. I have at least 100 books idling around the house that I am yet to read, notebooks upon …

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2019 – The year of development

“My New Year’s resolution is to stop lying to myself about making lifestyle changes” It’s that time of year again when we all lie to ourselves about the amazing things we are going to change when the new year rolls round. I know my list last year had a lot of things I haven’t even …

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Book Review: Pachinko – Min Jin Lee

I know I mentioned in my post New Reads, that I was going to complete a book review for The Vegetarian by Han Kang, but my grandma recommended a book for me to read when we popped over for dinner the other week. I was sceptical at first – Her bookshelves are filled with numerous classics …

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